Dr. Tito Guerrero

Vice President
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
United States

Focus Areas

Community & Civic Engagement
Economic Security
Community Development
Economic Development
Higher Education
Racial Equity & Healing
Racial Equity & Healing
Social Justice
Civil Rights


Dr. Tito Guerrero, III, began his tenure as Vice President with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education on April, 2011. He previously served as President of Cambridge College, Stephen F. Austin State University, and the University of Southern Colorado (now known as Colorado State University-Pueblo). Dr. Guerrero obtained his Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Biology from Texas A&M University, his Masters of Education from the University of North Texas, and his Doctorate in Education from Harvard University. He has served as a Director for the American Council on Education, the American Association of State Colleges & Universities, the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities, the Society for Advancement of Management, and American Humanics, Inc. He received the Harvard Alumni of Color Achievement Award in 2007, and was selected among the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in the United States by Hispanic Business Magazine in 2006 and among the 100 Most influential Hispanics in Massachusetts by El Planeta for 2010. Dr. Guerrero is also the recipient of several fellowships including the Academic Leadership Academy Fellowship, the Kellogg National Leadership Fellowship, the Ford Foundation Graduate Fellowship, the National Science Foundation Fellowship, and the Educational Policy Leadership Fellowship.