Texas Community Colleges

Western Texas College Names Ramon Vice President


SNYDER—WTC College President Dr. Barb Beebe named Mr. Ralph Ramon as Vice President at the October Board of Trustees meeting. Mr. Ramon will add the title to his current one, Dean of Student Services. Beebe noted that Ramon’s promotion was based on exemplary service to WTC and always going above and beyond.

“I am very honored and humbled to be named Vice President and Dean of Student Services at WTC,” Stated Ramon.

“I have the utmost respect for Ralph Ramon. Ralph accepts every challenge with a smile and the most positive of attitudes. He is a wonderful ambassador for WTC and truly puts the needs of students, faculty, and staff above his own," said Dr. Beebe.

“Mr. Ramon is a great example of servant leadership and consistently leads his department through the collaboration of ideas”, added Dr. Ben Martin, WTC Assistant Dean of Student Services.

A native of Lubbock, Ramon graduated from Lubbock High School. He furthered his education by earning a Bachelor of Science from Sul Ross State University in 1990. He then earned a Masters of Education from Sul Ross in 2005.

“I value education and truly respect those working towards furthering their education,’ added Ramon.

Ramon started his career at Snyder Junior High in 1992 as the Industrial Technology class instructor. During this time he also coached junior high football and basketball as well as high school baseball. The school district promoted him to Assistant Principal at the junior high in 2002 and he served the district until 2005.

In June of 2006, Ramon began working at Western Texas College as the Associate Dean of Student Services. He was named Dean of Student Services within his first year and has held that position since.

His many hours of service to local organizations is how many in the community know Ramon. He is a past president of the Rotary club, a board member for Scurry County Boys and Girls Club, and sits on the board of Scurry County Federal Credit Union. Ramon is currently the Snyder Independent School District board president and the WTC liaison for the Scurry County United Way fund drive.

Ramon has two sons, Ralph 33 and Isaac 30, and two grandchildren aged 8 years old and 15 months. He is engaged to Roberta Armijo.