BOV extends Reveley’s contract through 2018

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February 5, 2016

2:42 PM

On Friday, Feb. 5 the College of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors approved a resolution to extend President Taylor Reveley’s contract through June 2018. The Board reached this decision through a unanimous vote.

Rector Todd A. Stottlemyer announced this news through an email sent to the College community on Friday afternoon.

“Taylor’s leadership in so many areas has been crucial to the university’s sustained excellence,” Stottlemyer said in the email. “We’re excited about the future, and the Board looks forward to our continued partnership and success.”

Stottlemyer’s announcement comes as the College is preparing for the annual Charter Day Celebration taking place this weekend. The ceremony celebrates the school’s 323rd birthday.

Reveley was named president of the College in September 2008. His previous contract was set to expire in 2017. Now, he will be staying with the College for another year.

“I look forward to continuing to work with the university community — students, faculty, staff, board members, alumni and friends — to make our university a place of increasingly powerful teaching, research and learning as well as place of abiding association and meaning for our alumni and friends,” — College President Taylor Reveley

The university also released a press announcement revealing the Board’s decision to extend his contract.

“I look forward to continuing to work with the university community — students, faculty, staff, board members, alumni and friends — to make our university a place of increasingly powerful teaching, research and learning as well as place of abiding association and meaning for our alumni and friends,” Reveley said in the release.

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