by Public Relations Office—Cedarville, Ohio
Cedarville, Ohio—In a move to strengthen institutional effectiveness and position Cedarville University for future growth, Dr. John Gredy has been named the University’s first provost. He will begin his new responsibilities on July 1.
Gredy assumes the role after three years as the vice president for enrollment management. His background includes 30 years of experience in college administration, providing leadership to both public and private universities in the areas of enrollment management, marketing, and university relations. He holds an Ed.D. in higher education and M.S. in counseling and guidance, both from Indiana University, and a B.S. in psychology from Albion College.
Gredy will be responsible for Cedarville’s academic, student life and enrollment management areas under the direction of University President Dr. Bill Brown.
“John is a gifted motivator,” said Brown. “He has demonstrated a passion to build an authentic community, to collaborate to accomplish objectives, and to pursue new dreams and opportunities. I am looking forward to partnering with John as he assumes these new responsibilities.”