Central State University recently announced that president Cynthia Jackson-Hammond is stepping down after the 2019-2020 academic year, per WDTN.com.

From WDTN.com:

“According to the university, it was planned in connection with her contract extension in 2018.

The Board of Trustees has launched the search for the next president. The Board is appointing a Presidential Search Advisory Committee to work with search consultants and the Board to find the next president.

A new president is expected to be appointed in the first quarter of 2020, the university said, to allow for a transition period between the two presidents.”