William T. Luckey Jr. has been the eighth president of Lindsey
Wilson College since July 1, 1998. He has served Lindsey Wilson
since 1983, holding the positions as Vice President for Enrollment
Management, Vice President for Development and Vice President for
Administration and Finance.
As president of one of Kentucky's fastest-growing and most
diverse independent liberal arts colleges, President Luckey leads a
faculty and staff of more than 350 and a student body of more than
2,600. The college's annual budget is more than $54 million.
The focus of President Luckey's administration is to continue
Lindsey Wilson's development as a liberal arts, church-related
college that is distinguished for being one of the best
undergraduate teaching colleges in the nation.
A native of Louisville, Ky., President Luckey holds a bachelor's
degree in biology from Wabash (Ind.) College; a master's degree in
business administration from Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate
School of Management; and a doctorate in higher education
administration from Vanderbilt's prestigious Peabody College. He
has been published and lectured widely on the subject of the
"scholarship of teaching."
President Luckey is married to the former Elise Hendrickson of Oldham County, Ky. They
have three daughters: Joanne, Chelsea and Kaitie.
here for a PDF of President Luckey's bio.