North Central Michigan College president Cameron Brunet-Koch announces plans to retire in 2018
Central Michigan College president Cameron Brunet-Koch to retire in 2018 Cameron Brunet-Koch, the president of North Central Michigan College, announced her retirement on Wednesday.
Her retirement will be effective June 30, 2018.
Brunet-Koch made the announcement to faculty and staff before her retirement was formally accepted at the board of trustees meeting on Wednesday afternoon.
“I told the group (of faculty and staff) today that I feel so very fortunate that I was able to serve as the president of North Central and to work with such outstanding faculty and staff,” Brunet-Koch said. “We’ve had change in personnel and we keep finding really, really talented people to replace really talented people who left. It’s just a good place to be.”
Brunet-Koch also praised college trustees for their hard work over the years.
“The board is outstanding,” she said. “They don’t have hidden agendas for serving. They really serve on the board to make sure that the college stays vibrant and continues to be a valuable resource for the community. All of us are committed to making sure that our value and worth is demonstrated every day to the citizens of Emmet County and to students in our region, because the majority of our students are outside of Emmet County. We have to continue to serve all of those students.”