Absalom Rosenberger served as the fourth president of Penn College. Before becoming president, he received his law degree from the university of Michigan. He was the longest serving president of the college.
Ann M. Fields is the first woman to serve as president of William Penn University. She began her college career the day after her fortieth birthday, enrolling in Iowa State University and staying to earned her B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. Dr.…
Dr. Benjamin F. Andrews was a Penn College graduate and a medical doctor. He served on the Board of Trustees from 1917 to 1952. Dr. Andrews served as acting president of William Penn College for the academic year 1934-1935.
Cecil E. Hinshaw was president of William Penn College from 1944 to 1949. His administration would be one of the times when Quaker values were voiced and acted upon. His time at Penn is called, "The Holy Experiment".
David M. Edwards was the sixth president of Penn College and the first alumnus of Penn to fill that role. After leaving Penn he would go on to become president of Earlham College and Friends University.