Daniel P. Corr joined Scottsdale Community College in September 2007, and currently serves as the college’s Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs. In this role he acts as Scottsdale’s Chief Academic Officer leading a faculty of 170, and the Chief Student Affairs Officer responsible for providing the college’s student support services. Dr. Corr has focused his efforts on improving student retention and success at Scottsdale Community College.
Prior to joining Scottsdale Community College, Daniel spent twelve years in the Illinois community college system. He served in a variety of administrative roles including the Associate Dean of Adult and Professional Education, Dean of Academic Enrichment and Language Studies, and Associate Vice President for Occupational Programs. His other professional experience included four years at the Director of Training at a community-based organization Latino Coalition for Jobs. Daniel also spent eighteen-months teaching English-as-a-Second Language in Japan and Korea.
Daniel earned a baccalaureate degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a Liberal Studies emphasis. He earned a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education from Governors State University, and a Doctorate of Education from Argosy University.