The Rector is the Chief Executive Officer of FCCU and provides leadership to the University’s students and academics through system-wide funding and strategic direction. The Office of the Rector coordinates activities and services that allow the complex system of the University to operate efficiently while promoting its academic missions.
The Rector is aided by the Executive Staff Committee and the Administrative Group comprising officers and managers in charge of key University operations and divisions.
|Vice-Rector Academics University
|Office of the Vice Rector (University)
|Office of the Vice Rector (College)
|Registrar (Registrar Office)
|Office of the Registrar
|Chief of Staff
|Office of the Rector
|Chief Financial Officer
|Office of Accounts and Finance
|Chief Supply Chain Officer
|Office of Supply Chain
|Chief Marketing and Outreach Officer
|Office of Marketing and Outreach
|Chief Information Officer
|Office of Information Technology Services
|Chief Human Resources Officer
|Office of Human Resources
|Chief Engineer Building and works
|Buildings and Works Department
|Chief Student Affairs Officer
|Office of Student Affairs
|Chief Internal Auditor
|Office of the Internal Audit
|Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization
|General Manager Food and Beverages, Caterers
|Food and Beverages Office
Dr. Jonathan S. Addleton
Born and raised in Pakistan, Dr. Jonathan Addleton is a graduate of Murree Christian School. He has a Ph.D. in International Relations from Tufts University (Medford, MA) and a BSc in Journalism from Northwestern University (Evanston, IL). A five-time USAID Mission Director, he also served as US Ambassador to Mongolia and USAID Representative to the European Union. As USAID Mission Director in Islamabad during 2006-2007, he headed the USAID-funded reconstruction effort in northern Pakistan following the devastating earthquake there in October 2005. Prior to joining the US Foreign Service in March 1984, he also worked for the Macon Telegraph, World Bank, and Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Following his retirement from the Foreign Service in January 2017, Dr. Addleton served as an Adjunct Professor at Mercer University in his hometown of Macon, GA while also serving as Executive Director of the American Center for Mongolian Studies. He has written and published numerous articles and several books including “Undermining the Center: The Gulf Migration and Pakistan” (Oxford University Press); “Some Far and Distant Place” (University of Georgia Press); “Mongolia and the United States: A Diplomatic History (Hong Kong University Press); and “The Dust of Kandahar: A Diplomat Among Warriors in Afghanistan” (Naval Institute Press).