Dr. Kevin Pollock is the fifth President of Montgomery County Community College. He began his tenure on April 1, 2016. Dr. Pollock has more than 35 years of education experience at four-year private and public colleges as well as community colleges. His diverse roles include college administration, strategic planning, leadership and teaching. He is a national expert on student success models, a frequent national speaker who has spoken more than 120 times at conferences and colleges, and has authored 19 book chapters and articles.
Before arriving at Montgomery, Dr. Pollock served as President of St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron, Michigan, from 2009-2016. During his tenure, the institution experienced record enrollment, embarked on new student success initiatives, increased its grant funding, became a leader in green initiatives, and strengthened its connections with the community. The institution also adopted a new vision, mission and strategic plan that is tied to national best practices and is based on data.
Prior to assuming a presidential role, Dr. Pollock spent nine years as Vice President of Student Services at West Shore Community College in Scottsville, Michigan. He also held a number of leadership roles in admissions and recruitment, and he taught middle and high school English early in his career.
Dr. Pollock holds a Ph.D. in Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education from Michigan State University and a Master of Arts in Education and Bachelor of Science in Education from Central Michigan University.