Last Update


This profile was last updated on .

Is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Vincent June?

Dr. Vincent G. June

Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Services

Georgia Perimeter College

Direct Phone: (678) ***-****       

Email: v***@***.edu

Get ZoomInfo Grow

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Community Edition at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

Georgia Perimeter College

3251 Panthersville Rd

Decatur, Georgia 29651

United States

Company Description

Georgia Perimeter College is a public, two-year college; the third largest institution within the University System of Georgia. With current enrollment at more than 23,500 students, GPC's population is the most diverse in the system, welcoming hundreds of ... more

Find other employees at this company (1,836)

Background Information


Board of Regents Member
The Collegian

Web References (51 Total References)

SCUP Member News [cached]

Vincent June, vice president of student affairs and enrollment services for Georgia Perimeter College in Decatur, GA, is a 2015 graduate of the SCUP Planning Institute. (08/2015)

Vincent June, vice president of student affairs and enrollment services at Georgia Perimeter College in Decatur, GA, has been named has been named an American Council on Education Fellow for 2014-2015. (08/2014)

The Chair Academy - 2012 International Leadership Conference [cached]

Vincent June Vice President, Student Affairs

and Enrollment Management
Georgia Perimeter College

Dr. Vincent June to fill new vice president for Student Affairs position [cached]

Dr. Vincent June to fill new vice president for Student Affairs position

Dr. Vincent June
Dr. Vincent June assumed the role of vice president of Student Affairs for Georgia Perimeter College on Jan. 1.
We are very fortunate to have, in Dr. June, a strong leader focusing on service to students."
Among June's first priorities in his new role are finalizing GPC's new First Year Experience program, strengthening academic advising services and encouraging students to take advantage of co-curricular experiences and to become more civically engaged.
June joined GPC in August 2008 as associate vice president of Enrollment Management and Student Services, reporting to Vice President Dr. Virginia Michelich.
The associate vice president position June occupied will remain vacant.
Before coming to Georgia Perimeter, June served as vice president for Student Affairs at Florida A&M University. In that position, he provided oversight for an enrollment of more than 13,000 students and 18 departments, including public safety, parking services, student life, enrollment services and student development functions.
Calling his experiences at GPC so far challenging, June said they also have been most rewarding.

Dr. Vincent June, second ... [cached]

Dr. Vincent June, second from left, talks to Student Government Association members, from left, Amy Gibbons, Tyler Moorehead, Tuce Girit and Angela Avery-Jones, Clarkston Student Life director.

With the hiring last fall of Dr. Vincent June, Georgia Perimeter has its first ever associate vice president of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services.
"Dr. June is the perfect answer to our need in student affairs leadership," Michelich says.
June says that fostering a culture of teamwork, improving student success and expanding GPC's access and enrollment capability are top priorities.
"Before being interviewed for this job, I read GPC's strategic plan online," June says of how he became interested in working for Georgia Perimeter.
June then pulled together a chart listing his support staff's position descriptions. He found that under the decentralized model, on each campus everyone was "doing their own-and sometimes different-thing."
"The first goal was to systematically make sure everything was in sync," June says. "Every staff person was included in the evaluation and we walked through the position description, articulating so that we all understood what each position should be doing. Their appraisals are now tied to something legitimate. Everybody knows what his or her role is and nobody is getting mixed messages."
With GPC's new student support organizational structure in place, June is now focusing more attention on improving the enrollment experience for students. His department is in the process of creating a new student support enrollment Web site with the goal of making it clear to new students where the resources they need are located and who they need to contact.
"To increase enrollment, obviously we have to look at space, faculty loads, budget, classroom size and parking space. I'm working now to reallocate our department's fiscal resources based upon what's needed," June says.
"Vincent June is doing a nice job of studying the history of the college and of the department for which he is responsible," Tricoli says.
Dr. June is measuring up very well on all fronts.

Due to an old scuffle between ... [cached]

Due to an old scuffle between the Collegian staff and the Student Government Association, which happened years ago, Simpson's salary was moved to Dr. Vincent June's budget after the SGA voted to give Simpson a one cent salary.

On July 16, I met with Deborah Homer, dean of student services, and Vincent June, vice president for student affairs, to discuss my concerns about the Collegian's future.
I asked June. "I wouldn't have a problem with that," said June.
Several days later, when I checked on the progress of Simpson's re-hire, Dean Homer told me that June had directed her to focus on finding a faculty member instead, contrary to what he told me.
I'm convinced that Dr. June was telling me what I wanted to hear, just to keep me quiet until I graduated.
Unsatisfied with the Collegian's direction, I once again spoke to June in his office about Simpson's willingness to come back for the $9,000 stipend in the SAF budget to accomplish the essential duties to stabilize Collegian's future. June alluded to the possibility of bringing Simpson back "part-time" with "state money."
On Oct. 10, I spoke with June again about the Collegian's situation.
Although I never got it in writing, June assured us that regardless of advertisement revenue, he will "find money" to make sure the paper continues to print this semester.

Similar Profiles

Other People with this Name

Other people with the name June

Helena June
Winnetka Presbyterian Church

Monroe June
Community Partnership , Inc.

Kimberly June
Springforward Inc

Carolina June
Element Professionals LLC

Vince June

Browse ZoomInfo's Business Contact Directory by City

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory