Jerrid P. Freeman

Jerrid P. Freeman currently serves at the Vice President for Student Affairs at Northeastern State University. He has previously held positions in student affairs at Fort Hays State University, University of Arkansas, North Carolina State University, Elon University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Bowling Green State University, and the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Dr. Freeman received his bachelor of science in secondary mathematics, physics, and coaching from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and his master of arts in college student personnel at Bowling State University. He completed his doctorate in higher education administration from North Carolina State University. Dr. Freeman is a certified emotional intelligence evaluator and has served on the regional and national boards for NASPA. Some of his research interests and areas of publication and presenting are integrated strategic planning (ISP), spirituality, student retention, leadership, and the changing economy's affect on higher education and the underserved populations in the United States.


The Presidency and Student Affairs: An Imperative Partnership
Jerrid P. Freeman, Shana L. Warkentine Meyer. © 2022. 23 pages.
“I could have been a better Vice President to my President.” This was the realization a new President, who had previously served as a Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA)...
Institutional Niche: Define or Die
Jerrid P. Freeman, Dean L. Bresciani. © 2021. 9 pages.
Never before in our contemporary era has higher education experienced such intensity of competition for students, and a shift to consider higher education a private rather than...
Higher Education Response to Exponential Societal Shifts
Jerrid P. Freeman, Cari L. Keller, Renee L. Cambiano. © 2020. 420 pages.
Based on a structure developed centuries ago, higher education systems are being challenged to alter their landscape and culture. With a rapidly changing knowledge base, job...
Management Quandary: Humble and Transparent Leadership
Jerrid P. Freeman, Karen J. Haley. © 2020. 18 pages.
Higher education is changing in significant ways and cannot continue to operate in the same ways it once functioned. This multifaceted complexity requires leaders to manage and...
Free Speech: How Are Extremists Utilizing College Campuses?
Jerrid P. Freeman, Shana Warkentine Meyer. © 2019. 14 pages.
What some may not realize is that extremists are utilizing the college campus as a venue to push their rhetoric and beliefs. These viewpoints are, by nature, polarizing and may...