Tracy Harris to Lead the Leonardtown Campus of the College of Southern Maryland

Tracy A. Harris was named dean of the Leonardtown campus of the College of Southern Maryland. He has been serving as dean of enrollment services for Prince George’s County Community College. Previously, he was an administrator at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown.

“My goals are simple – to serve the educational and personal enrichment needs of St. Mary’s county residents, to support faculty and staff development, and to continue to support the strategic goals for CSM as a premier higher education institution,” Dr. Harris said.

Dr. Harris is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a doctorate from Walden University.

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