VIRGINIA BEACH, va. (WAVY) - Dr. Carlos Campos, president of Regent University, has stepped down effective immediately, according to a press release from the university.
Campo relinquished the position he has held for the past four years after coming to the university in 2008 as the chief academic officer.
"We are very appreciative of Carlos' work these past five years and in particular, his role in developing new partnerships and friendships at the local, national and global level," said Daniel Sellers, Chair of the Regent Board of Trustees in a statement from Regent. "The board is grateful for his endeavors which have enhanced our community," he said.
"I am blessed and honored to have served as President of Regent University," Campo said. "It's been a privilege to work with the staff, faculty and board to serve our students. I would also like to thank the great people of Hampton Roads who have made us feel so welcome in this community."
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