University of Minnesota, Crookston Chancellor Charles Casey announced Tuesday he will be retiring this summer.
Crookston is one of the five campuses in the Univerity’s state-wide system, with 1,600 undergraduate students enrolled.
Casey will officially step down from his position June 30. According to a press release, President Eric Kaler and Senior Vice President Robert Jones – who oversees coordination among the campuses – will soon begin a national search for a replacement.
Casey, who is a University alumnus, has held his position as chancellor since September 2005. He has has served the University throughout the past 35 years in various roles, including as a two-term member of the Board of Regents.