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MASON CITY, Iowa – The interviews continue for NIACC on their way to finding a new president.
Steve Schulz of western Iowa is a candidate for president and makes his pitch for the position.
During his visit he answered questions on the advancement of technology in the classroom and why he believes it plays a vital part in the way we learn today.
He also took a tour of north Iowa and shares his impressions of the River City.
“I’ve always thought well of Mason City and as I’ve had an opportunity to really study the college and what they do, it just appears that it’s just a great place to be. Successful college, good experience and the faculty is strong,” said Schulz.
He also stresses the importance of the relationship between students and administration.
“I would hope as president that we could have the programs in place that students first want to come to and then to create the environment here where they can be successful and want to live. I know they’re completing a new dormitory and that’s exciting and that’s exciting and that’ll add some value to the college and attract some people to come,” said Schulz.
Two more candidates will be in the north Iowa area for interviews beginning next week.
Again all are welcome to join in the forum meeting.