Aloia will retire as Coastal Georgia president

[private]Gregory F. Aloia will retire as president of the College of Coastal Georgia (CCGA) effective June 30.

Aloia, who has been the college’s president a little more than three years, announced his plans to retire last week.

“President Aloia’s emphasis on college affordability, access, and student support has made CCGA an institution sought after by students from across the state,” Chancellor Steve Wrigley said.

“With the continued support of our community, the College of Coastal Georgia has a bright future ahead,” Aloia said. “I am grateful for the opportunity to have been part of this institution’s growth and advancement.”

Aloia was named president in July 2013, succeeding Valerie Hepburn. He earlier was president and professor at Concord University in Athens, W. V.

No replacement for Aloia has been named yet.

© 2017 by The Georgia Report

[/private]

Tags: College of Coastal Georgia , University System