GW President Thomas J. LeBlanc


"I believe [higher education] is the strongest force for social mobility in the United States. And that’s what gets me up in the morning. Being a part of that."

Thomas J. LeBlanc

17th President
The George Washington University


 

President Thomas J. LeBlanc and his wife Anne LeBlanc

President LeBlanc with his wife, Anne LeBlanc, in the F Street House.


The Board of Trustees of the George Washington University unanimously elected Thomas J. LeBlanc as the university's 17th President on January 6, 2017.

Dr. LeBlanc is an accomplished academic leader, who previously served as the executive vice president, provost and professor of computer science and electrical and computer engineering at the University of Miami. In that role he was both the chief academic officer and the chief budget officer, responsible for the university’s 10 schools and colleges, the library system, the division of student affairs, the division of continuing and international education and undergraduate education, admissions and financial aid.

Dr. LeBlanc began his service at the George Washington University on August 1, 2017.

 

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"There is a Special Opportunity Here"

Dr. LeBlanc addressed members of the university community on Friday, January 9, saying that leading GW will be a great honor, challenge and "incredibly exciting adventure."

 

 

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!

 

Welcome, President LeBlanc!