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1966 - 1978: Mr. Don Welever, Executive Director
1967: A two-year Academic Center was established at Park Elementary School in Chardon
1969: Burton Chamber of Commerce supports higher education commitment in Geauga County
The Burton Chamber of Commerce passed two resolutions on October 6, 1969.
1- To whole-heartedly approve and support the construction for the proposed Kent State University regional campus.
2- Commitment to pay the $15,000 interest for the purchase of the land.
1970: B.J. Shanower donates land to build a permanent home for the Geauga Campus
1974: Groundbreaking Ceremony at 14111 Claridon Troy Rd. in Burton for a new campus
1976: Spring registration was advertised at the new Geauga Campus
Three associate degree programs are offered; General Studies, Law Enforcement, and Office Management
1978 - 1981: Dr. William Bittle, Dean
1980: Growth of offered degreed programs
1981 - 1985: Dr. Greg Shreve, Dean
1985 -1987: Ms. Joanne Fagenburg, Executive Director
1985: Partnership established with Chrysler Stamping Plant
1987 -1993: Dr. Larry Jones, Dean
1990: Growth in Twinsburg
Classes are expanded in Twinsburg and move to the "Old School."
1993 -2004: Dr. Christopher Williams, Dean
2004 - 2014: Dr. David Mohan, Dean
2012: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the new Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg
2014: The Geauga Campus celebrates 50 years
2015 -16: Dr. Jarrod Tudor, Dean
2016 - 2017: Dr. Susan Stocker, Interim Dean
2017: The Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg celebrates 30 years in the community and 5 years in the new facility
2018: Dr. Angela Spalsbury, Dean