George W. White (educator)

Summary

Rev. George W. White during his tenure as President of USC

The Reverend George W. White, D.D.[1] was the third president of the University of Southern California. He held office from 1895 to 1899. At the time of his appointment, he was presiding elder of the Los Angeles District of the Methodist Episcopal Conference.

References

  1. ^ Thomas, Grace Powers (1898). Where to educate, 1898-1899. A guide to the best private schools, higher institutions of learning, etc., in the United States. Boston: Brown and Company. p. 11. Retrieved August 17, 2012.

External links

  • USC: Era of the Founders
Academic offices
Preceded by 3rd President of the University of Southern California
1895-1899
Succeeded by