VP of San Jacinto College returns to hometown
After four years of service as vice president for learning at San Jacinto College South, Dr. Toni Prendergrass has accepted a position as president of San Juan College in her hometown of Farmington, N.M.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my work here at San Jacinto College," said Pendergrass. "However, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for me to return home to raise my family in the town where I grew up."
In her four years at SJC South, she has led the Achieving the Dream team in designing a new student orientation, implemented the new student success course and piloted the schedule analytics tool Classtracks. She will continue in her current role through mid-June.
"I appreciate Toni's service to San Jacinto College, the community and our students," said Chancellor Dr. Brenda Hellyer. "She has demonstrated a strong dedication to the faculty, staff and students on the South Campus and across the college and has played a key role in implementing our strategic goals across the campus."
Prendergrass holds a doctorate in educational administration with a specialization in community college leadership from the University of Texas at Austin.
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