Brown promoted at MSJC

By on June 7, 2020
MSJC

Jeremy Brown has been named vice president of instruction at Mt. San Jacinto College.

Brown, who holds that position on an interim basis, is expected to be confirmed by the board of directors later this month, according to a statement on the school’s website.

Brown began teaching at MSJC in 2007 as a music instructor and then served as department chair at the Menifee Valley campus. 

In 2015, he took the position of the dean of arts, humanities, and social sciences at Menifee Valley, and three years later accepted the interim vice president position.

“Jeremy worked with faculty to transition classes online quickly so our students could continue with their education during the COVID-19 closures,” said Roger Schultz, the school’s superintendent and president, in the statement. “His experience as a faculty member and department chair means he understands the classroom experience and the needs of instructors.”