About the Office
Role of the President
The President of the University is elected by the Trustees from among the members of the Priests Society of the Congregation of Holy Cross, Indiana Province. The President is the executive head of the University and is responsible for the general direction of its affairs.
Except for offices appointed by the Board of Trustees, the President makes appointments to the academic and non-academic staffs of the University. He also represents the University before the public, and has the power to sign all contracts, deeds and other legal instruments, on behalf of the University.