Molloy College president Drew Bogner to retire next year

April 03, 2019

Molloy College President Drew Bogner will retire in June 2020, capping a 20-year reign at the school during which enrollment more than doubled and the Rockville Centre campus added dorms and other features, college officials announced Tuesday.

Enrollment grew from 2,200 to 4,900 during Bogner’s tenure, and the college built three dorms on a campus that previously had none, Molloy said. Molloy’s board of trustees has decided to name one residence hall after Bogner and his wife, Karen.

The college also expanded beyond undergraduate studies to offer masters’ programs and three doctoral programs. It opened the Barbara H. Hagan School of Nursing, and created The Public Square student center that houses the Madison Theater, a performing arts center, college officials said.

“Drew has provided us with incredible leadership during his time at Molloy,” said John P. McEntee, chairman of the Molloy College board of trustees.

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