New Jersey City University President to step down; board asks state for $10 million amid “financial emergency”

By: | June 30, 2022

New Jersey City University (NJCU) President Dr. Sue Henderson has announced that she will be stepping down, marking an end to her 10 years at the helm, NJ.com reported.

Henderson was the first woman to hold the position. Jason Kroll, vice president and chief strategy officer has been appointed acting president.

The school is also asking the state for $10 million after board chairman Joseph Scott declared a “financial emergency” at the board’s quarterly meeting.

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