Dr. Robert Sloan became president of HCU in 2006. Under his leadership, the University has grown in enrollment and now offers 70 undergraduate, 41 master’s, and 3 doctoral programs. Notably, he led the adoption and pursuit of the Ten Pillars Vision, began the Honors College, reinstated NCAA Division I sports, and paved the way for new academic offerings including the doctorate programs and the Engineering programs. During Dr. Sloan’s tenure, the University opened the Morris Cultural Arts Center, University Academic Center, the Hodo Residence College, Husky Stadium, and The Pillars at HCU development. His leadership and contributions, as well as those of First Lady Sue Sloan, are extensive and greatly treasured.