Albert W. Brown was the President of the College from 1965 to 1981. Brown was the third President of the College. During his time as President the College experienced a great period of growth. Enrollment grew throughout his term from 3,000-12,000 students. The college also changed from a Teacher’s College to a SUNY Comprehensive Undergraduate and Graduate Institution. He pioneered and led such programs as the Delta College, Mature Adult College Program, Peace Corp., College Degree Program, 3-1-3 High School College Articulated Program, the Washington Semester Program and the Philosophical Year.
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Tynan, Jacob and O'Brien, Kenneth, "Albert W. Brown interviewed by Kenneth O'Brien #1" (2020). Interviews With Staff Past & Present. 16.