Bethune-Cookman College hopes to maneuver on from monetary woes and different conflicts with the brand new yr.
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Interim President Hubert Grimes led the president’s meeting Wednesday with college students and employees.
One of many faculty’s board of trustees members stated the college has an avalanche of labor to do, however guarantees they will work tirelessly to get it achieved.
College students walked out of B-CU’s performing arts middle able to take the subsequent step towards a profitable faculty yr.
“I assumed the meeting was nice. I retained a number of info, it actually uplifted my spirits,” stated scholar Jamal Harrell.
Harrell attended the college final yr as the varsity’s monetary troubles got here to a head.
Grimes took over after former President Edison Jackson abruptly retired earlier this summer time, after data confirmed the college mounted hundreds of thousands in losses throughout his tenure.
Grimes talked about features and assured these college students a brand new season.
“I felt that he was honest for the betterment of the varsity and for the betterment of the scholars,” stated Harrell.
Grimes is now the seventh president in additional than one hundred years.
“I would like us to work with him as an alternative of him main us. He can lead one another and work towards no matter obstacles we’d run into,” stated La’Tyana Coleman Harrison.
College students hopes this can be a superb yr of strong management.
“It’s a must to have a fantastic chief, hopefully the management is the place it must be,” stated Harrell.
College students are able to take part in “I really like B-CU” day this Friday to point out their faculty satisfaction.