BRUNSWICK, Ga. — A college on the Georgia coast is launching a search for a new president.

The University System of Georgia announced a national search for a new leader for the College of Coastal Georgia will be headed by a committee based at the Brunswick campus. A news release said the search committee will be formed by the end of November.

Gregory F. Aloia retired over the summer after four years as president of the college, which has an enrollment of about 3,500 students. Meg Amstutz, an administrator from the University of Georgia, has been serving as the college’s interim president since Aloia left.

The Board of Regents, which governs Georgia’s public colleges, says the search committee will be made up of faculty, students and representatives from the Brunswick community.

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