Semifinalists for President of Century College Named

Posted: February 10, 2017

Contact: Doug Anderson,, 651-201-1426

ST. PAUL, Minn., Feb. 10, 2017 – Minnesota State has named two semifinalists who are under consideration to be president of Century College. The candidates are Angelia Millender and Reagan Romali.

The candidates were recommended by a search advisory committee comprised of students, faculty, staff, and community leaders, and chaired by Dennis Bona, president of Northland Community and Technical College. The candidates are scheduled to visit the campus on February 13 and February 14, 2017. The campus visit provides an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community to meet each of the candidates and offer feedback. Details of the candidates’ campus visits and the process for providing feedback are available at

Angelia Millender
Angelia Millender
has served as president of Olive-Harvey College (IL) since 2014. Previously, she served Broward College (FL) as district vice president for student affairs and enrollment management; Berkeley College (NY) as campus operations officer/dean of student development and external affairs; and Robert Morris University as vice president of student services, dean of student services, director of career planning and placement, and as a member of the faculty. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Chicago State University and a master’s from National Louis University (IL). Her campus visit is scheduled for Monday, February 13.

Reagan Romali

Reagan Romali has served as president of Harry S. Truman College (IL) since 2011. Previously, she served the Houston Community College District as associate dean of the Community College of Qatar; Moreno Valley College (CA) as vice president of business services; the Compton Community College District as interim chief business officer; Los Angeles City College as vice president of administrative services and associate vice president of administrative services; and Santa Monica College as interim chief business officer and associate vice president of fiscal services. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University, a master’s from the University of San Diego, and a doctorate from Walden University. Her campus visit is scheduled for Tuesday, February 14.



The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees is expected to consider Chancellor Steven Rosenstone’s recommendation at its March 22 meeting. The anticipated start date of the new president is July 1, 2017.

Minnesota State includes 30 community and technical colleges and seven state universities serving approximately 400,000 students. It is the fourth-largest system of two-year colleges and four-year universities in the United States.