Reveley’s contract renewed through June 2017

Written by

|

December 3, 2013

12:58 AM

The College of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors extended College President Taylor Reveley’s contract through June 2017, unanimously approving a resolution Friday.

The Board added two extra years to Reveley’s contract, which was previously supposed to run through 2015.

“Taylor Reveley is a superb leader and the right person for the job,” Rector of the College Todd Stottlemyer ’85 said in a press release. “He guided us through a very challenging economy and worked hand-in-hand with the Board in developing a new operating model — the William and Mary Promise — that will ensure our continued academic excellence.”

Reveley has served as the College’s president since 2008. He was previously the dean of the Marshall-Wythe School of Law.

“William and Mary is already extraordinary, and we’re taking steps that will enable the university to become even more remarkable,” Reveley said in a press release. “It’s marvelous to have a hand in that effort.”

Share This Article

Related News

New Williamsburg police chief focuses on student outreach
In the [demolition] zone: The 2017-2018 Flat Hat guide to campus construction
SA, College increase sustainability efforts

About Author

Abby Boyle

Senior staff writer Abby Boyle '15 is an English major from Bexley, Ohio. She was previously Managing Editor, News Editor, Variety Editor and Associate Variety Editor.