E. Edgar Fuller
A native of Minnesota, Edgar Fuller lived and went to school there until he was ready to go to college. He chose to travel to Arizona and enter Gila Junior College.
Recently graduated from the University of Chicago and a former student of Brigham Young University, Edgar Fuller became the 11th president of Gila Junior College in 1933.
During his administration the elimination of the high school curriculum that had begun under president Creer's leadership was completed and the college proceeded to offer only college courses. In 1936 the Alumni Stadium was added to the campus.
There were more changes at Gila Junior College during his six years than during any previous administration. Edgar Fuller left the college strong and ready for a great future.