ICI President to Resign

Richard Ludwick. Photo from

ICI President Richard Ludwick. Photo from Inside INdiana Business.

 

Richard Ludwick, the president and chief executive officer of the Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI), has announced plans to step down and become president of the University of St. Thomas. Since 2010, Ludwick has successfully led ICI through a series of challenges. ICI Board Chair Bill Katip, president of Grace College, gave Ludwick a glowing review in a recent article. The following was published by Inside INdiana Business.

“By any objective measure, we are stronger because of Richard’s leadership,” said ICI Board Chair Bill Katip. “During his seven-year tenure, Indiana’s private colleges have experienced growth in enrollment, student aid, collaboration among our membership, and recognition by policymakers and the public of our educational and financial value to the state.”

Ludwick, who has served in the role since 2010, will step down in June to become president of the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas.

The ICI Board of Directors says it will begin a search for Ludwick’s successor after the first of the year.

Ludwick has previously served as provost of Saint Gregory’s University in Oklahoma and vice president for enrollment and student affairs at Albany Law School in New York. At UST, Ludwick will succeed Robert Ivany, a retired Army Major General, who is stepping down after 12 years as president.

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