Two months ago, O'More's faculty raised some serious allegations against President Mark Hilliard and took a vote of "no confidence" in him, something Hilliard has ignored.
Richel Albright breaks the story for Franklin Home Page.
Yet as of Aug. 16, no action or investigation into the complaints against Hilliard have taken place, according to an O’More administrator. Hilliard’s current contract, renegotiated in 2010, runs through 2018. He joined O’More in 1998 and serves as its president, CEO and a professor of educational wellness and behavioral science
The letter, claims that Hilliard’s “reckless actions, which are varied and numerous and range from fiscal irresponsibility to the effective abdication of his fundamental duties, have disrupted and diminished student learning, faculty capacity and the mission of the college over the course of a period of years.”
The letter also questions Hilliard’s use of college’s funds and claims the school’s survival could be at risk.