Gordon May Named President of the Auburn Hills Campus of Oakland Community College

Gordon MayGordon May was named president of the Auburn Hills campus of Oakland Community College in Michigan. He has been serving as interim president of the Auburn Hills campus since February and was also serving as president of the college’s Highland Lakes campus. He has been president of the Highland Lakes campus since 2002.

Dr. May began his career at Oakland Community College in 1986 as an adjunct professor of business.

Dr. May is a graduate of Indiana University, where he majored in business management. He holds a master’s degree and a doctorate in educational leadership from Wayne State University in Detroit.

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