Student Transition And Retention Center

Malcolm J. McLemore

Associate Director of STAR Center

Malcolm was born in Sacramento and raised in Washington State. He came to Chico as a transfer student and student-athlete on the track team. Malcolm graduated from Chico State with a Bachelor's Degree in Recreation Administration. He then received his Master of Science Degree in educational leadership from the University of Rochester before returning to work at Chico State in 2011. Since then, Malcolm has held positions in the Cross-Cultural Leadership Center, Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, and Student Life and Leadership. Additionally, he is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Education in educational leadership from the University of California, Davis. In this role, Malcolm provides oversight and responsibility for the Center’s programmatic development, management, and success initiatives. This also includes coordinating the Men of CHICO program focused on academic retention of historically underserved men of color.

The guiding principles that influence Malcolm’s leadership can be summed up in one motto, “Possibility promotes probability”. He believes that showing students what’s possible increases the probability of their success. This is the goal he has for himself, his staff, and the STAR Center.

Respectfully,
Malcolm J.

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    STAR Center Programs

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    Women of Excellence

    MCGS 140: Men of Color in Leadership

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