Dr. Cory Clasemann has over 23 years of higher education experience, leading initiatives at both 2-year and 4-year institutions to increase retention, completion, and student success overall. He most recently served as the vice president for student success at Ivy Tech Community College, and as the assistant vice president of institutional research prior to that. Overseeing innovative retention initiatives, academic advising, student life, and holistic wraparound supports for the 19-campus statewide college, he worked with faculty and staff to implement and scale evidenced-based approaches to increase success and completion for all students. This includes leading the implementation of transformative initiatives such as 8-week courses, Guided Pathways, and required advising. Prior to joining Ivy Tech, he served as the director of institutional effectiveness at the University of Indianapolis, and prior to that worked at Creighton University.
Clasemann was selected for Aspen Institute’s Rising President Fellowship Program and has served on the advisory board for the National Community College Benchmark Project (NCCBP) and FindHelp/Aunt Bertha.
Ph.D. (Higher Education) | Indiana University
M.A. (Organizational Management) | University of Phoenix
B.A. (Journalism & Mass Communication) | Creighton University
Vice President for Student Success | Ivy Tech Community College
Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research | Ivy Tech Community College
Director of Institutional Effectiveness | University of Indianapolis
Curriculum Coordinator | Creighton University