President Kevin Dion Rolle Jr., Ph.D.
Kevin Dion Rolle Jr., Ph.D. is the 3rd President of Cherub College and the Dean of the School of Business.
As President of Cherub, Dr. Rolle has improved opportunities for scholarships and financial aid for students from every background. Since becoming President, Dr. Rolle has been an outspoken advocate for increased access to higher education. As a part of his leadership vision, he plans to expand further the amount of students from low-income, and first generation college student backgrounds. President Rolle has put forward and embarked upon a strategic plan to forge new relationships, strengthen academic programmes, and expanding options to pursue graduate level studies. In line with this, the college has seen new partnerships with other universities and colleges throughout Europe and the United States. Additionally, Dr. Rolle has led the initiative for improved state-of-the-art facilities with complete technology systems.
Dr. Rolle completed his graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University, and undergraduate studies at the University of London. An avid reader, he enjoys exploring archaeological sites, sailing, and playing golf. Dr. Rolle is a licensed private pilot and enjoys traveling. Dr. Rolle also serves as the Bahamian Representative for the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Dr. Rolle is married to Ksenia Vasilieva- Rolle and is the father of three young girls.
CONTACTING THE PRESIDENT:
Office of the President
Main Campus, East Bay Street
PO Box SP-64063
Nassau, N.P.; the Bahamas
The President holds office hours for students on the third Thursday of each month from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM. In order to take advantage of these office hours, students are asked to sign up the day before, and to note that students are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
President Rolle's office hours gives students and the President an opportunity to meet and discuss a wide variety of subjects affecting them and the college. These sessions are not intended for students or student groups to request funding, endorsement or similar requests, but rather to give the students the capability of of discussing pertinent issues affecting them and their experience at Cherub College.