Another big change is coming at Zion Bible College.
School President Charles Crabtree said he will leave his post after the 2012-2013 school year.
Six months after the school gets a new name, Crabtree, 74, will retire as president. He became president in 2008 following the school's move from Barrington, RI, to Haverhill.
"I was asked to take over the school when they moved and I said I'd give them five years," Crabtree said.
He was previously the assistant general superintendent of the Assemblies of God based in Springfield, MO.
A search committee is accepting resumes to fill Crabtree's position. He expects the college's Board of Trustees to name his successor in October and that person to take over when he leaves at the end of the 2012-2013 school year.