The chancellor of West Virginia's community and technical college system is leaving after 11 years on the job.
Chancellor James L. Skidmore announced Thursday he will leave his post on June 30. He was the first chancellor of the system.
Since his start in 2004, Skidmore said he worked to secure a 35 percent increase in community and technical college budgets. He also sought improvements to infrastructure and the creation of two advanced technology centers.
A search committee will be formed to find a successor.