CHICAGO (CBS) — Paul Vallas resigned Monday as chief administrative officer at Chicago State University.
The CSU Board Of Trustees accepted Vallas’ resignation and Monday was his last day.READ MORE: Navy Veteran Had Stroke In Costa Rica, And Now He's Stranded As Family Tries To Pay Five-Figure Medical Bills
The board also voted to eliminate the position held by Vallas.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Arctic Blast Coming Late Tuesday Night
Vallas took the job in April, 2017 after previously being appointed by Gov. Rauner to the board of trustees last January.MORE NEWS: View Live Radar
Vallas told the Chicago Tribune last week that he planned to leave the post before the end of his contract and was considering a campaign for mayor.