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BCC's Greiner leaving for Kentucky


BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- Brunswick Community College will soon join UNC Wilmington in looking for a new leader. BCC president Stephen Greiner has accepted a job to be president at Hazard Community and Technical College in Hazard, KY, according to HCTC's website.

Greiner was chosen for the HCTC job over two other finalists. Last month he interviewed as a finalist for the president's job at Sussex County Community College. Shortly after his trip to the school's Newton, NJ, campus, Greiner withdrew his application.

Greiner has been president at BCC since 2005.

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Dr. Greiner will surely be

Dr. Greiner will surely be missed at Brunswick Community College. He is a dedicated and hard working administrator who has positively made BCC a better school. I had the absolute pleasure of working with him through the Cape Fear Italian Festival and can assure you that this is a tremendous loss to our school and community. I wish him the very best in his future along with his lovely wife and hope he will come back and visit us soon.