The board (at Quincy it’s called the Board of Governors) briefly got it together long enough to hire an administrator but it looks like the deal fell through. According to an article by Jack Encarnacao in the Patriot Ledger:
A veteran college administrator who won a close vote in June to become Quincy College’s next president is walking away from the job after infighting within the governing board stalled progress on a contract offer.
Philip Conroy, a Quincy native and vice president for enrollment management and marketing at Mount Ida College in Newton, informed the college board of his decision in a letter Monday.
In his letter Conroy explained that while he’d been offered the job back in June the board apparently still hadn’t given him a contract. Conroy’s apparently planning to stay at Mt. Ida.