Nora Miller Named the Fifteenth President of the Mississippi University for Women

Nora Miller has been named president of the Mississippi University for Women. She will be the university’s 15th president and first alumna to hold the position.

According to the latest data supplied to the U.S. Department of Education, the university enrolls about 2,500 undergraduate students and around 200 graduate students. Despite its name, the university has been co-educational since 1982. However, women still make up about 80 percent of the undergraduate student body.

President Miller has worked for the university for 17 years. Most recently, she served as the chief financial officer and has been acting president since March 2018. Before being named senior vice president for administration and chief financial officer, Miller served as vice president for finance and administration for the university for 11 years. She has also served as director of budget and financial analysis and director of internal audit for the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning. President Miller also serves as chair of the University Press of Mississippi.

President Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the Mississippi University for Women. She earned an MBA from Mississippi State University.

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