NSU Interim President says financial turnaround on track

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by Nick Ochsner, 13News Now

WVEC.com

Posted on November 18, 2013 at 2:28 PM

Updated Monday, Nov 18 at 8:00 PM

UPDATE 2:30 p.m.:  NSU interim President Eddie Moore told the Board of Visitors that the school will officially end it's 2-year nursing program.    He also said the school's 2013 financial statements have been turnover over to auditors.  

NORFOLK -- Members of Norfolk State University's Board of Visitors' executive committee are scheduled to meet on campus Monday afternoon.

The meeting comes after months of unrest and change at the school, which is struggling with a wide range of issues including a failing nursing school, incomplete financial books and poor relations with its faculty.

Items on the committee's agenda include discussion on a code of ethics for members of the Board of Visitors and the consideration of new criteria for membership on the board.

The executive committee will convene with at least one newly appointed member in attendance, Dr. Deborah DiCroce.

DiCroce and two others were appointed to the Board of Visitors by Governor Bob McDonnell earlier this month after he requested the resignation of several other members.

The committee will also be missing Wayne Perry, Jr.   Perry was indicted in early November on allegations of widespread Medicaid fraud. Until his indictment, Perry served as the vice rector of the board. The agenda for Monday's meeting lists the vice rector position as blank.

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