LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The longtime chief executive of the Nebraska State College System will be retiring.
Chancellor Stan Carpenter told system trustees about his intentions on Tuesday. He's been leading the system since February 2000.
System spokeswoman Judi Yorges said Friday it's not yet determined when the 69-year-old Carpenter's resignation will take effect. She says the issue likely will be discussed at the board of trustees meeting next week.
The system operates campuses in Chadron, Peru and Wayne, serving nearly 9,000 students.
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