Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) Big changes are on the horizon at the College of Southern Idaho. The school is currently in the process of looking for a new president. The vacancy comes after President Jerry Beck stepped down the first of July.

Dr. Beck became the president eight years ago. Idaho’s First News reports  The College of Southern Idaho is teaming up with the Association of Community College Trustees to find a new president for CSI.  Thursday the college invited the public to hear about the process to find a new president. CSI will come up with a job description and publish it.

By September they plan on holding interviews with plans to make a decision by October. Dr. Jerry Beck officially retires December 31st as president of the college. CSI will also have a website to keep us updated on their search.