Rodney S. Clark Named to Lead Attleboro Campus of Bristol Community College in Massachusetts

Rodney S. Clark was named dean of the Attleboro campus of Bristol Community College, based in Fall River, Massachusetts. Clark was dean of admissions at the college.

As head of the satellite campus, Clark will be charged with raising enrollments, which have been on the decline.

Clark dropped out of Tufts University because he couldn’t pay his bills. He then worked as an investment advisor before enrolling in a master’s degree program in management at Cambridge College, outside of Boston.

He began his academic career as associate director of admissions at Roxbury Community College.

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