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William Tibbetts

Faculty member Bill Tibbetts.

Dean, College of Business and Technology

Department: College of Business and Technology
Office: Liechty Hall #105


  • Doctor of Business Administration, Grand Canyon University (In Progress)
  • Master of Business Administration; Concentration: Organizational Behavior and HR Management, Regent University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Journalism; Minor: Political Science, Purdue University

Professional Experience:

Bill Tibbetts, Assistant Professor in the Business Administration Department, graduated from Purdue University with intentions to be the next Bob Woodward of political journalism. The Lord directed him to another path that led him to Washington, DC. There, he honed his skills in employment law and organizational management as an Executive Director of Human Resources for a multi-million dollar international nonprofit organization. He later moved to the Midwest to be closer to family and transitioned into a Human Resource Director role for a $35 billion finance company. He witnessed continued favor in his career, which he attributes to his firm commitment towards Godly excellence and his steadfast resolve to honor and serve the Lord in all that he did.


Bill has been teaching at North Central University since 2008.  His primary areas of concentration include Management and Marketing. He also serves as the Sam Walton Fellow for Enactus.  NCU Enactus is a community of student, academic and business leaders (Target, Best Buy, Sam’s Club, US Bank, etc.) committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world through the development of various projects.  NCU Enactus has a national recognized, award winning program that has presented countless professional opportunities for our students.

Bill started serving the Lord at the age of 16 in Indiana. The very first scripture that he read was “I came that they may have life, and have it to the full” (John 10:10). This soul impacting scripture has led him to invest his life into students to help them experience a life transformed for Christ. He is known for spending just as much time, if not more, with students outside of class as he does in class.  He is married to Natalie Tibbetts, an educated and trained counselor for teens and young adults with behavioral and drug issues. Their elementary age daughter, Adah, is a precocious young lady who believes the world should be painted in pink and purple. Their toddler son, Graham, does a lot of grunting and throwing things down the stairs.