Dr. Adam Green, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Dr. Adam S. Green serves as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, which focuses on increasing college access and higher education attainment rates among all West Virginia citizens. He first joined the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission in April 2007 as Research and Planning Analyst in the Division of Policy and Planning. During his time at the Commission, he has served as a principal investigator for several grant programs, including two federal GEAR UP grants totaling $39 million.
Dr. Green has worked to advance higher education in West Virginia throughout his career, serving in various student support offices at West Virginia University (WVU), and later completing scholarly research aimed at improving access to postsecondary education and training among the state’s rural populations. He earned both his bachelor’s degree in Journalism and his master’s degree in Educational Leadership Studies at West Virginia University. Dr. Green also holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Education awarded by the Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester, England. He completed his doctoral degree in Educational Leadership Studies at West Virginia University.