Scott Raymond is the Executive Director of Student Success. The Office of Student Success is a unique institutional approach that facilitates faculty and student success by collaborating a campus-wide culture and effort that helps students persist and graduate, or when need be, transfer successfully to another college or university. The Office of Student Success generates institutional assessment results specifically focused on student persistence and graduation.
Scott has worked in higher education for more than 34 years serving as a faculty member at multiple institutions for more than 29 years and consecutively as the vice president of student affairs and dean of students for more than 19 years. Because of this preparation, Scott is available to assist faculty, students, staff, parents and friends with personal, social, academic and educational strategies that enhance and increase student success.
Scott earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biblical Studies in 1980 and a Masters of Arts in Education Administration/Student Personnel in 1985. Scott’s main role at Huntington University is to serve as a student advocate, facilitating faculty and student relationships, and fostering collaborations and programs that enhance students’ success. Scott teaches in both the traditional and non-traditional programs at Huntington and at a local community college.
Scott is married to Julie Raymond (Tyrie), and they have four daughters, who are the greatest kids in the world, and six grandchildren. Scott spends his out-of-the-office time conducting research for several books he is writing, fishing, staying in touch with family and friends, teaching within churches, and enjoying life!