Robert Paul

DeVry Education Group
Downers Grove, IL

Robert PaulRobert Paul is President of the Carrington Colleges Group.

Carrington Colleges Group programs, offered through Carrington College™ and Carrington College™ California, prepare students for careers in a diverse range of over twenty programs in business, drafting, graphics, health care, legal and liberal studies through certificate, associate and bachelor degree programs. Carrington Colleges is a part of DeVry Inc. (NYSE: DV), a global provider of educational services.

Paul joined DeVry in 2007 as Vice President of Metro Operations at DeVry University. His responsibilities included oversight of the university’s network of nearly 100 North American locations. Paul has been instrumental in the success of several major projects at DeVry including the creation of Next Generation Student Central, a program that focuses on world-class support services to help more students succeed in school and graduate. Paul was named President of Carrington Colleges Group in 2011 and oversees the success of the 20 campuses of Carrington College and Carrington College California.

Paul is an 18-year veteran of private-sector higher education. He has served in a variety of leadership roles across numerous locations during his career including director of enrollment, campus director, regional vice president, and vice president of operations.

Paul holds a bachelor's degree in English from McDaniel College and a master’s degree in Organizational Management from University of Phoenix.

He resides in Phoenix, AZ with his wife and daughter.

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