Steven C. Currall, president of the College of South Florida, will resign Aug. 2 after solely two years within the job, Business Observer reported.
Ralph Wilcox, provost and govt vp, will function appearing president whereas the board decides on an interim.
Currall cited private causes for stepping away from the function.
“The depth of the previous two years has put a pressure on my well being and my household,” he mentioned. “Due to this fact, after considerate reflection, I’ve determined to retire from the USF presidency to make sure that I protect my well being, in addition to to spend extra time with my spouse, Cheyenne, and my 91-year-old father.”
Throughout his quick tenure, the college weathered the COVID-19 pandemic and a $38.7 million funding minimize. He additionally consolidated South Florida’s three campuses right into a single accredited college.
Currall will keep on the college as a tenured full professor within the college of enterprise.