The President Emeritus of King University, Greg Jordan led the institution for a 17-year period of unprecedented expansion. Under Jordan's auspices, the school doubled its student body and nearly doubled its assets. His initiatives, such as numerous new degrees, an online museum, a Learning Commons building, and the DC Experience for First Year Students program, bolstered the prestige of the school. Greg Jordan also sits on the Peer Review Board of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges. To prepare for his career, Jordan earned a bachelor of arts and a master of science in religion from Belhaven College. Continuing his education, he enrolled at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and earned a master of arts in Old Testament studies as well as a master of divinity. He completed special studies into near eastern history and ancient languages following the receipt of these degrees. Subsequently, Greg Jordan became a member of the faculty at King College and remained with the institution for over 30 years, during which time its name changed to King University. He pursued and acquired a PhD in Hebraic and cognate languages and ancient Near Eastern history from Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religion. During his tenure as president of King College, he attended Wake Forest University Babcock Graduate School of Management as a Joel A. Weston Scholar and obtained a master of business administration.