Redlin has served as the vice president since October, 1994, and was previously vice president for business affairs at Dakota State University for seven years.
"I have enjoyed this position immensely, and greatly appreciate being a part of the university's recent growth and accomplishments, but it is time for me to take on a new role," he said. "I believe in second and third acts."
Richard Van Den Hul, associate vice president for finance and administration at the university, succeeds Redlin. Van Den Hul came to USD in 1996. Prior to USD, Van Den Hul was the director of research for the South Dakota Board of Regents for three years and principle fiscal analyst for the South Dakota Legislative Research Council for 10 years.
Van Den Hul is a native of Brandon. He holds an MBA from USD.
"USD is at a great point in its history," he said. "It continues to grow and offer more to students and has an excellent vision of how best to serve students and the state. I am excited about serving in this new role and helping the university achieve its vision."