Steve Wrigley to retire as chancellor of University System of Georgia

Steve Wrigley, chancellor of the University System of Georgia, said Tuesday he will retire on July 1. Wrigley has served as chancellor of the University System since 2017, where he oversaw 26 public colleges and universities with a $9.8 billion annual budget, 48,000 faculty and staff and more than 341,000 students. The Board of Regents said it is discussing next steps for choosing USG’s next chancellor. During his time as Chancellor, Wrigley focused on three top priorities for USG: make college…

Steve Wrigley, chancellor of the University System of Georgia, said Tuesday he will retire on July 1. Wrigley has served as chancellor of the University System since 2017, where he oversaw 26 public colleges and universities with a $9.8 billion annual budget, 48,000 faculty and staff and more than 341,000 students. The Board of Regents said it is discussing next steps for choosing USG’s next chancellor. During his time as Chancellor, Wrigley focused on three top priorities for USG: make college…

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