Atlanta Metropolitan State College president Gary McGaha announces retirement
Marietta Daily Journal
Atlanta Metropolitan president Gary McGaha announces retirement Atlanta Metropolitan State College President Gary McGaha today announced he will retire June 30 from the position he’s held since 2007. University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley tapped Georgia Southern Vice President of Student Affairs Dr. Georj Lewis as interim president effective July 1.
“My teaching and administrative activities at Atlanta Metropolitan State College have been the most rewarding and gratifying experiences of my professional career,” said McGaha.
McGaha has worked in the University System of Georgia for more than 25 years. He became president of Atlanta Metropolitan College in 2007 after serving as interim president.
During his tenure at AMSC, he also served as chair of the college’s Social Sciences Division. McGaha’s career within the university system also includes serving as academic dean for the Dunwoody campus and the Alpharetta site of Georgia Perimeter College, now Perimeter College at Georgia State University.