NH college president quits, citing 'personal and professional reasons'
KEENE— Anne E. Huot is stepping down as president of Keene State College.
Huot will move from chief administrator at the school, which is part of the University System of New Hampshire, on July 31 according to a post on the school's Facebook page.
Huot said she will return to the school as a biology professor after a 1-year unpaid leave.
“After much deliberation, I have decided it is time for me to step down as President of Keene State College,” stated President Huot in the full announcement provided by the University System of New Hampshire. “It has been a privilege to serve this great college."
An interim president will be appointed to work with university system Chancellor Todd Leach and others to prepare for the next school year, and the system trustees will begin a search for a new permanent president.