Chairperson Judith A. Marlowe ’69, Ph.D., of the Thomas More University Board of Trustees has confirmed a contract extension for President Joseph L. Chillo, LP.D., through May 2026.
At the public launch of the University’s Second Century Campaign, Marlowe cited the board’s high regard for Chillo’s accomplishments in academics, fundraising, and institutional development, as well as his focus on student success during his first two years in office.
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|President Joseph L. Chillo. |
President Chillo looks forward to advancing the goals set two years ago and leading the University toward an innovative future with new initiatives.
“I am truly honored and excited to continue the work that we set out to accomplish in June 2019. We have taken a number of steps to increase enrollment, grow our endowment, expand the size of our campus, and create an exciting vision for the second century of Thomas More University for our students, alumni, faculty, and staff,” said Chillo.
“Over the next five years, we plan to expand and elevate the University as the region’s premier Catholic Liberal Arts University through the development of new academic programs, academic and athletic facilities, and the continued focus on a mission-driven educational experience for our students. This will ensure a dynamic and distinctive experience for our students as they benefit from a values-based Catholic education.”