William Troutt to Retire After 35 Years as President

April 19, 2016

William Troutt (right), one of the longest-serving college presidents in the United States, announced Monday that he will retire in June 2017. At that point, he will have served for 18 years as president of Rhodes College. Prior to being appointed to that position, he was president of Belmont University for 17 years. Troutt has been active in numerous higher education associations throughout his two presidencies.

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