FOND DU LAC - Marian University president Steven DiSalvo is leaving to lead a New Hampshire college.
St. Anselm College, in Manchester, N.H., announced DiSalvo as its new president earlier this week. He starts there July 1, according to the school.
DiSalvo has lead Marian since February, 2010. He was the school's 14th president.
Marian issued a statement saying an interim president will be appointed. A replacement search, which could take a year, will be started.
"The Marian University Board of Trustees is thankful to Dr. DiSalvo for the initiatives he has undertaken for Marian, its students, faculty, staff and administrators. During his time at Marian University, he has been actively involved in the Fond du Lac community and has advanced the university's mission to serve the students in the best way possible to prepare them for professional service and leadership in our global community," the statement said.
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