PHC's administrative & finance arm keeps the College operating smoothly by providing crucial support services. All members of the PHC community, whether staff, faculty, or students, benefit from the work of these individuals.
Office of the Executive Vice President
Carl W. Schreiber
Mr. Schreiber joined Patrick Henry College as Executive Vice President in 2010 after 22 years serving Biola University as its Vice President for Business and Financial Affairs. Earlier, Mr. Schreiber worked with Dr. Jerry Falwell at Liberty University, where his service as Vice President for Planning supported that university’s dramatic growth and expansion. Before that, he served as the central financial officer for the multiple-campus system of Pennsylvania State University.
At PHC, Mr. Schreiber oversees all business and fiscal-related operations of the College and supervises the Offices of Institutional Effectiveness, Campus Services, Financial Affairs, and Information Technology.
Until recently, Mr. Schreiber was a member of the governing commission of TRACS, and he is well-known among financial officers at Christian colleges around the country, having chaired the Commission for Chief Financial Officers of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU). He holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University and has earned an M.Ed. in Educational Administration from Liberty University. He also holds a Certificate in Management Accounting (CMA) from the Institute of Management Accounting.
Mr. Schreiber and his wife, Marsha, now live in Round Hill, Virginia. Their two grown daughters and five grandchildren reside in California.
As Executive Assistant, Tiffany Thompson maintains the Executive Vice President’s appointment schedule, coordinates meetings, prepares data, provides assistance to the offices under the oversight of the Executive Vice President, and serves as Secretary of the Board of Trustees. Formerly, she worked in the Office of Admissions as an Admissions Counselor, Senior Admissions Counselor, and finally as the Assistant Director of Admissions.
Ms. Thompson graduated from Patrick Henry College in 2006, with a degree in Literature. As a student, she devoted her time to Eden Troupe, PHC Teen Camps, student government, and served as a Resident Assistant.
Office of Campus Services
The Office of Campus Services oversees all physical plant operations, service units, and functional areas. These include bookstore, campus health & safety, central supply, custodial, events & facility use, facility maintenance, food service, grounds maintenance, mail service, property development & construction, reprographics, and security.
Earl Hall was hired in 1996 to help Dr. Farris and HSLDA launch the dream that has become Patrick Henry College. Mr. Hall previously worked for the City and County of Denver Paramedic Division at Denver General Hospital for ten years, capping a 17-year EMS career before moving to Virginia. Mr. Hall and his wife, Geni were also active within Christian Home Educators of Colorado.
Mr. Hall holds a B.A. in Health Services Administration from Eastern Washington University, a B.S. in Paramedicine from Central Washington University, an M.S. in Management from the University of Colorado at Denver, and a Certificate in Construction Management from the University of Washington.
The Halls wed in 1987 and live in Purcellville. They've been blessed with ten children and four grandchildren. Mr. Hall serves as an elder, Awana Commander, and sound engineer at church. He also volunteers as a paramedic on the local rescue squad, and as an adult leader in Boy Scouts.
Office of Enrollment Management
The Office of Enrollment Management helps current and prospective students work through the process of application for admission and financial aid.
Stephen earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English at Nyack College, and completed his Master's Degree at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL. He has several years of experience increasing tuition revenue in college-preparatory boarding schools. He enjoys writing, music, hiking, learning, and creative, intentional family time.
Office of Financial Affairs
Mr. Wolking brings with him 25 years of accounting experience in private industry. He has a B.S. Degree in Accounting from Northern Kentucky University and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). In 1998 he served as the Treasurer for a U.S. Congressional Campaign.
Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology provides technical support to the staff, faculty, and students of the college.
Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Office of the Registrar
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness maintains data on student learning, mission effectiveness, planning, and budgeting; PHC uses this information to understand the current condition of the College and to help it move towards established goals. The Office of the Registrar maintains students’ educational records and provides students and faculty with curricular, academic, and enrollment services.
Rodney Showalter, M. Ed.
Mr. Showalter provides leadership to both the Office of Registrar and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. As the Assistant Vice President, he directs the research and assessment processes that support institutional planning, policy development, and accreditation. As Registrar, he administers the academic and enrollment services that support the curriculum, faculty, and students.
Over the past 15 years, Mr. Showalter has worked in both public and private education, at the elementary and post-secondary levels. His years of higher education experience include enrollment services, teaching, student development, academic administration, institutional research, student learning assessment, and institutional effectiveness.
He has presented at national conferences such as the annual meetings of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS-COC), the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges & Schools (TRACS), and the American Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers (AACRAO). His presentations and research interests include strategic planning, student development, student learning assessment, unit level effectiveness processes, academic program reviews and effectiveness processes, and academic coherence in the portability of credit. He has also written for AACRAO's College & University.
Mr. Showalter earned his M.Ed. from the College of William & Mary in Educational Leadership and his B.A. from Toccoa Falls College.