Tiffany Rogers will join the Henderson State University Hot Springs campus July 26 as the executive director of Hot Springs Academic Initiatives.
Rogers brings over 20 years of experience as director of development, continuing education and workforce training with Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas, Stuttgart Campus, to the position. In this capacity, she recently managed a capital campaign to build the Grand Prairie Center on PCCUA Stuttgart Campus, securing over $3.5 million in private, grant and state appropriated funds.
“An important section in Henderson State University’s strategic plan focuses on increasing enrollment at our Hot Springs campus,” said Provost Dr. Stephen Adkison. “We have the ambitious goal of increasing enrollment to 350 students who will complete their bachelor’s or master’s degrees on this campus. Increasing opportunities for students who may be place-bound or choose to remain in Garland County will allow the university to fulfill this goal.”
Rogers served as State Representative in Arkansas State Legislature from 2009 to 2012. She was the first female house chair of the Joint Energy Committee and served on the Speaker’s Leadership Team. She is a 2010 graduate of the Southern Legislative Conference Center for Advancement of Leadership Skills and is a member of the Arkansas Association of Women in Higher Education and served on the Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association of Colleges & Schools Accreditation Team from 2001 to 2005.
After earning her associate degree from Arkansas State University, Rogers completed her Bachelor of Science in Education and Master of Science in Education degrees from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
“Tiffany brings a wealth of experience with two-year colleges to her new position with Henderson State, and one of her primary responsibilities will be strengthening our university’s relationship with National Park College” Adkison said.