Acting College Of DuPage President Seeks To Reassure Students After School Placed On ProbationThe president of the scandal-plagued College of DuPage said students really haven’t been affected by a standoff on the community college’s board of trustees, but he expects the situation to be resolved within the next two months.
College Of DuPage Board Chair ResignsThe chairman of the College of DuPage board of trustees, who has led reform efforts at the school, abruptly resigned Sunday in a letter to faculty and students, citing only “personal reasons” for her departure.
DuPage Student Claims She Was Roughed Up By Campus PoliceA College of DuPage student claims she sustained several injuries after campus police arrested her during class last year, according to a lawsuit filed today in federal court.
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College Of DuPage Board Of Trustees Votes To Fire Robert BreuderThe COD board of trustees voted four-to-one Tuesday night to immediately fire Robert Breuder.
College Of DuPage: Bomb Threat Received, Monday Evening Classes Cancelled
Rauner Signs Bill Limiting Severance Packages For Community College Presidents Without fanfare, Governor Bruce Rauner has signed into law a bill that prevents community college boards from giving out the types of contracts and severance agreements that the College of DuPage gave its president Robert Breuder.
College Of DuPage Trustees Move To Fire President BreuderCOD spokesman Randall Samborn said the vote begins a process in which board chair Katherine Hamilton provides Breuder with a notice of intent to terminate him for cause. Breuder has administrative due process rights, in which he has the right to hearings that can conclude in an appeal to the full board of trustees.
College Of DuPage Likely To Close Restaurant, Create Lab For Culinary StudentsAt a special meeting Thursday evening, College of DuPage trustees were scheduled to vote on a proposal to close Waterleaf, and turn it into an educational facility.
State Lawmakers Considering Legislation To Curb Questionable Spending By Public Colleges Spurred by apparent financial abuses at the College of DuPage, Illinois lawmakers have held a hearing on legislation to crack down on questionable spending at all public colleges and universities, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
College Of DuPage President Barred From CampusEarlier this week, Robert Breuder announced he was going on medical leave, a move that would have allowed him to return at a time of his choosing.
Embattled COD President To Go On Medical LeaveThe embattled president of the College of DuPage is going on "approved medical leave" beginning Wednesday.