Asbury College announces new registrar
WILMORE, KY—Asbury College is pleased to announce Bill Hall Jr. as registrar. Hall’s duties as registrar include ensuring the integrity of the academic credits given and degrees earned by providing administrative supervision of the registrar’s office. He will oversee all record keeping in support of the academic curriculum.
Other responsibilities include monitoring of curricular tracks (majors, minors, emphases), monitoring of student progress toward degrees, provision of appropriate academic advising, directing evaluation of transfer credits, and international institution credits. Hall will supervise, develop and direct the activities of the staff of the registrar’s office. This position reports to Dr. Timothy L. Thomas, associate academic dean of the College.
“What we are most excited about in Bill is that he brings a great combination of technical, teaching and customer service skills to the newly created registrar’s position,” said Jon Kulaga, provost of Asbury College. “As Asbury College continues to increase its academic programs to not only its traditional student constituency, but an increasing number of adult and professional learners, as well as graduate students, the registrar’s office will need to become even more user-friendly in offering services and courses via the internet. Bill’s web-based experience and current work collaborating with faculty and students will be invaluable to his new responsibilities as registrar.”
Hall currently serves the College as learning resources manager. He received his B.S. in education from Asbury College and his master’s degree in leadership from Eastern Kentucky University.
Hall was previously the owner of Thrifty Car Rental of Lexington for six years and general manger of the interactive group at Host Communications for three years. He also taught business and technology in elementary, middle, high school and at the college level.
“God truly blessed me when he allowed me to come back to Asbury College as the learning resources manager and work with a great team of people in the I.S department along with some of the greatest students workers on campus,” Hall said. “I have loved getting to know the faculty one-on-one over the past two years and now look forward in my new position as registrar, getting to know our students better as well. “
Hall will begin to transition from his current position to registrar over the following weeks.
When he is not working, Hall enjoys coaching soccer and playing racquetball. He is married to Kristie and they have a daughter, Victoria.