Glenn Boyce


Glenn Boyce


Dr. Glenn F. Boyce became chancellor of the University of Mississippi in 2018 following decades of leadership in post-secondary and secondary education in Mississippi. During his tenure, the university has experienced major milestones, including the groundbreaking of the university’s largest-ever single construction project on the Oxford campus, the launch of a $1.5B comprehensive campaign and NCAA championships in women’s golf and baseball.

Boyce is committed to strengthening how Ole Miss builds leaders, empowers student success, drives progress through research and economic opportunity, and champions communities. Under his leadership, the university has reached record enrollment and retention rates.

Before becoming chancellor, Boyce served as Commissioner of Higher Education for the State of Mississippi where the university system awarded record numbers of degrees. Boyce joined IHL after serving as president of Holmes Community College for more than nine years. He is a double alumnus of the University of Mississippi with a bachelor’s degree in education and a doctorate in education leadership.


B.A. Secondary Education, The University of Mississippi (1981)

Ed.D. Education, The University of Mississippi (1996)