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Vice chancellor announces retirement after 32 years with MU

The University of Missouri’s vice chancellor of student affairs will retire July 31.

Cathy Scroggs joined the university in 1985 and began serving in her current role in 2003.

“Mizzou has been my home for 32 years, and I’m very proud of the work we have done to support and serve students,” said Scroggs. “Students come first in Student Affairs, and that will never change.”

According to the university, Scroggs helped lobby to create the LGBTQ Resource Center on campus. The Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Center and a location for the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center were also developed during her tenure.

Before Scroggs joined the university, she was a high school teacher in South Carolina and a residence hall director at Stephens College.

During her time at Mizzou, Scroggs held the roles of director of student life, assistant director of residential life/Greek life, and assistant to the vice chancellor for student affairs at Mizzou.

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