Cleary University president to resign, lead Rosemont College
The president of Michigan’s Cleary University will resign to lead Pennsylvania’s Rosemont College, officials announced Tuesday.
Jayson Boyers was set to leave Cleary, a business school based in Howell with multiple other sites, May 8. He then plans to assume the same job at Rosemont, a Catholic college in Rosemont, Pennsylvania.
Boyers, who became the 10th president of Cleary in October 2015, said in a release that he sought to “lead a college rooted in the tradition of a Catholic education.”
Cleary officials said they plan to form a presidential search team composed of faculty, staff, students and others.
The university was founded in 1883.