Charles R. Nash

Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs

University of Alabama System

Charles R. Nash

Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs

University of Alabama System

Charles R. Nash has served as Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for The University of Alabama System since 1992. As the senior academic officer in the System, he is the chief liaison to academic, institutional research, and planning officials at The University of Alabama, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, and The University of Alabama in Huntsville. He advises the Chancellor on all academic policy matters and provides primary leadership in program planning, development, and review. Additionally, he is the liaison officer for the UA System to the Alabama Department of Education, the Alabama Community College System, and the Alabama Commission on Higher Education. In 2009, his duties were expanded to include Student Affairs functions for The University of Alabama System.

Dr. Nash holds a bachelor’s degree from Jackson (Mississippi) State University, a master’s degree from the University of Southern Mississippi, and a doctoral degree from Mississippi State University; and has studied at Southeastern Louisiana (graduate study), Stanford University (distance learning), Harvard University (Institute for Education Management), and the Oxford Roundtable.

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