Charmaine B. Tomczyk
Dr. Ronald G. Eaglin was Chancellor of the University of South Carolina – Coastal Carolina College from 1985 to 1992. Dr. Eaglin was chosen by then President of the University of South Carolina, Dr. James Holderman to lead the Coastal campus. Eaglin had previously served as Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs from 1974-1983 at the USC- Spartanburg campus, now called USC-Upstate. Prior to his career at the University of South Carolina, Eaglin held many collegiate and higher education positions. He served as the regional director of the Southeast office of the American College Testing Program from 1970 – 1974. He was assistant dean of students at the University of Nebraska, assistant director of residence halls at University of Utah and coordinator for group housing at southern Illinois University. His time at Coastal Carolina played an important pivotal role in Coastal’s independence from the University of South Carolina.
Oral History--South Carolina;Coastal Carolina University--History;Horry County (S.C.)--History;Eaglin, Ronald G.
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Eaglin, Ronald G. and Tomczyk, Charmaine B., "Ronald G. Eaglin, oral history interview" (2023). The Coastal Carolina University Oral History Project. 17.