Scott Morgan.

Interim President, Green River College

Scott Morgan has been serving as President of Spokane Community College (SCC) from July 2012 - 2016.  He possesses a breadth of experience in community college administration at the district, state, and national levels.

In addition to his interim appointment as SCC’s President, Morgan simultaneously serves as Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for Extended Learning (IEL), a position he has held with the Community Colleges of Spokane since July 2007.  He has recently been appointed to serve as President of an expanded instructional unit resulting from the management consolidation of SCC and the IEL in summer 2013. 

As the Community Colleges of Spokane’s Chief Operations Officer from October 2003 to July 2007, Scott led a district-wide task force that clarified the IEL’s role and relationships with SCC, SFCC and the District Office.  He also led the district’s capital projects request process, resulting in seven new major building projects totaling $110 million in capital funding. 

Prior to his move to Spokane, Washington, Mr. Morgan served as Operating Budget Director and Director of Financial Services at the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges in Olympia; Fiscal Analyst and Senior Research Analyst for the Washington State House of Representatives; Interim Vice President of Administrative Services at Lake Washington College in Kirkland; and Vice President for Administrative Services at Clark College in Vancouver. 

He has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Business Administration from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.

Scott Morgan is currently a member of Greater Spokane, Inc.; Spokane Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Comm.; Executive Board, Washington Campus Compact.

Degrees and Honors

  • MBA, University of Puget Sound

  • BA, University of Puget Sound

Service

  • Member, Greater Spokane, Inc.

  • Member, Spokane Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Committee

  • Executive Board member, Washington Campus Compact