South Carolina State Vice President Resigns, Headed to Stillman
Anthony Holloman, an executive star in the HBCU ranks for his fundraising prowess, last week resigned his post as South Carolina State University Institutional Advancement vice president. He will take the same position at Stillman College, in pursuit, he says, of a long term goal of HBCU presidency.
Before coming to S.C. State, Holloman acted as associate vice president for University Advancement at Tuskegee University and assistant vice president at Tennessee State University in Nashville. His final day at S.C. State will be June 30.
His resignation adds to the number of positions that are empty or filled by interim officeholders at S.C. State.
The university is currently without vice presidents for finance and academics and without general counsel. Dr. Valerie Fields is interim vice president for Student Affairs and Kenneth McCaster is interim police chief.