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Chancellor visits Bainbridge College

January 25, 2007

Bainbridge-- In his first ninety days in office, Errol B. Davis visited every campus in the system. This visit is part of a second round of visits according to Bainbridge College President Dr. Tom Wilkerson.

Wilkerson says Davis getting out and visiting each campus is a tremendous show of support.  "I think its very easy to sit in an office in Atlanta and look at statistics and look at photographs. You don't get the image until you're on the ground. It's terribly important," Wilkerson said.

Davis is wrapping up his first year as chancellor. He took office last February.

 

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