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Mark Rasor Named Interim President of Rogers State University

Dr. Mark RasorThe governing board of Rogers State University has appointed Dr. Mark Rasor as the school’s interim president.

Rasor continues to serve as vice president for administration and finance in addition to interim president.

Rasor came to RSU in January 2020 and played an immediate role in the institution’s pandemic response. As the chief financial officer, he led efforts to find efficiencies and strengthen the school’s financial position. Most recently he has been the driving force in strengthening RSU’s enrollment management efforts.

“I look forward to serving the Board of Regents and Rogers State University in this new capacity,” Rasor said. “Dr. Larry Rice and First Lady Peggy Rice have positioned RSU to make great strides in the near future. We have incredible students, staff, faculty and alumni, and I am eager to work with all of our partners to position RSU as the first-choice university in northeast Oklahoma.”

Before coming to RSU, Rasor spent 11 years at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, including seven years as Vice President for Fiscal Affairs. He also served seven months as interim president.

Rasor also has 25 years of private sector experience in accounting and management and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Rasor holds a doctorate from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a master’s degree from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Baylor University.

Rasor will serve in the interim role as the Regents conduct a search for RSU’s next permanent president.