Charles B. W. Prince

Mr. Prince serves as the first Director for Student Success and Transition in the Office of Undergraduate Studies. He leads the office’s strategic plan, and all campus-wide initiatives from orientation to the first-year experience and beyond. All of these programs are arranged to impact the institution's graduation and retention rate. Mr. Prince has been with Howard University for two years before joining the Office of the Provost - Office of Undergraduate Studies. Previously, he served as the Site Manager for the Jumpstart For Young Children, at Howard University in the School of Communications. From those experiences, Mr. Prince has worked with ensuring student success through service-learning and educational success. Mr. Prince earned his Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education and Social Studies from Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX. He later pursued his Master’s degree in International Comparative Education from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Mr. Prince specializes in K-12(Public & Private), Higher Education (National and International), Curriculum and Instruction, Evaluation and Assessment and Governance.


Setting a New Agenda for Student Engagement and Retention in Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Charles B. W. Prince, Rochelle L. Ford. © 2016. 343 pages.
As more Americans are attending college, historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are now in a position where they must directly compete with other institutions....
Charles B. W. Prince, Rochelle L. Ford. © 2016. 8 pages.
This Preface is included in the book Administrative Challenges and Organizational Leadership in Historically Black Colleges and Universities.