Franklin College president plans retirement

James G. Moseley. (Provided Photo/Franklin College)
James G. Moseley. (Provided Photo/Franklin College)

FRANKLIN, Ind. (WISH) — The president of Franklin College announced he will retire after 13 years at the helm of the college.

James Moseley will retire after next school year, after starting with the college in 2002. Moseley said in a news release he only planned to stay at Franklin College for 10 years.

College officials said the search for Moseley’s replacement will begin immediately. The search team will be led by two trustees who are also alumni. Others within the college’s community will also be involved in the process.

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