The president of Calhoun Community College said he is leaving the school for a new job in Maryland.
In an email sent to Calhoun staff Friday morning, James Klauber said he would be leaving Calhoun in two months to take a job at Hagerstown Community College.
There's no word on a replacement for Klauber.
Klauber became Calhoun's fifth president in 2014. He is a Citadel graduate and received a law degree and his doctorate in education from the University of South Carolina.