OVERLAND PARK (ap) — The president of Johnson County Community College has announced his retirement.
The 22,000-student school announced Friday that Terry Calaway plans to depart Aug. 1 to spend more time with his family.
Calaway became the fourth president of Johnson County Community College in June 2007. Since then, enrollment has increased 8 percent.
He also oversaw the opening of a several buildings, including a contemporary art museum and a health education center on the grounds of Olathe Medical Center.
The school’s board of trustees will announce its plans for finding a new president in the next several weeks.