President Anne E. McCall

President Anne McCallDear Fighting Scots,

Wooster’s distinguished history and reputation bear witness to the positive impact of generations of visionary, dedicated, creative, and accomplished staff, faculty, and students.

Our foundational commitment to combining distinctive traditions with an innovative spirit and to uniting the Wooster community with the cultivation of independently minded graduates puts us at the heart of our mission in higher education and at the cutting edge of change.

This commitment to the liberal arts and professional preparation, a high-touch, in-person formation, and combination of local and global learning position Wooster well for more opportunities to participate in and lead inter-institutional dialogues. This is important work that will help shape what higher education can and should become for coming generations.

Dr. Anne E. McCall

Presidential Writings & More

President McCall was presented with the key to Old Main at inauguration as a symbol of her authority and the continuity of Wooster’s mission and heritage.

Anne E. McCall inaugurated as 13th President of The College of Wooster

Inaugurated as the 13th President of The College of Wooster in the Scot Center on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2023, President Anne E. McCall shared […]

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The College of Wooster to celebrate inauguration of President Anne E. McCall

The College of Wooster will celebrate the inauguration of President Anne E. McCall, the 13th president of the College, on Oct. 28, 2023, at […]

President Anne McCall at Convocation 2023

President McCall addresses the College community to convene the 154th academic year

President Anne E. McCall delivered the following address on Thursday, Aug. 17 as part of The College of Wooster’s 154th Convocation. Coming together for […]

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Angila Tracey Named Secretary of the College and Director of Administration

Angila Tracey has been named the next Secretary of the College and Director of Administration of The College of Wooster, reporting to the president. […]

Six Questions with President Anne McCall