SPCC Hires New AVP
In a continuous effort to better serve students, South Piedmont Community College has added the new role of Associate Vice President for Student Affairs. After a national search, Brandon Dyer has been appointed to the position.
Dyer brings significant community college experience from both Carteret and Sandhills Community Colleges, has been engaged in Guided Pathways and Title IX work at the North Carolina Community College System level, and brings passion for student success, according to Carl Bishop, vice president of academic and student affairs.
Dyer will lead the team in student affairs including admissions and testing, financial aid and veterans affairs, records and registration, counseling and career services, student life, and student advocacy and accountability.
“I want to be able to serve students in our community by giving them the guidance they need to grow,” said Dyer. “This growth can come through promoting good leadership, teamwork, and diversity.”
Dyer earned his bachelor’s degree at Lee University and his master’s in Professional Counseling at Liberty University. He’s currently working on his doctorate in Community College Leadership at Old Dominion University.
Written by Misty McMillan