New appointments made within Harding University student life

Brandon Tittle, associate director of the Mitchell Center, was named the new assistant dean of students. Tittle’s new role is effective August 1.

In his new position, Tittle will lead the residence life program for male students and help coordinate the program for female students. He will also assist students regarding personal, relational and educational concerns and enforce the student and residence life handbooks.

“I am very pleased that Brandon has accepted this important role at Harding,” said Dr. David Collins, executive vice president. “Brandon’s enthusiasm and love for Harding and its students make him an excellent fit for this vital position.”

Tittle previously served as the director of spring break missions, director of Harding’s Uplift summer youth camp and assistant editor for TC Magazine. In addition, he was an adviser for students majoring in leadership and ministry.

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