U. of Phoenix President Bill Pepicello to retire
- Dr. Bill Pepicello will retired as president of the University of Phoenix, the online for-profit college announced Wednesday.
- Pepicello agreed to serve as president until the institution's board of trustees can find a replacement.
- Pepicello has been with Phoenix since 1995, serving as president for the last seven years, and he previously served in various roles at the University of Delaware, Temple University, National University and the University of Sarasota (now Argosy University).
From the press release:
... In a memo to University of Phoenix staff, Dr. Pepicello said: “In my nearly 20 years with University of Phoenix, the last seven of which have been in the role of President, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside so many of you as we tirelessly built a University to which we’re so deeply committed. I look forward to working with you as my career with this great institution draws to a close.” ...
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