NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Norfolk State University’s president is working to get the school out of probationary status.
Interim President Eddie Moore Jr. addressed the campus community on Tuesday, and 10 On Your Side was there.
Just last month, WAVY.com told you how an accrediting agency put the school on probation. Moore told us it happened because the university was not following the absolute rules on how to submit information on the school’s operation — something he’s trying to avoid again.
“I think the confusion was one contract four years ago, and we need to discuss that with the next visiting group,” Moore said Tuesday.
Moore was not president of NSU when that paperwork problem happened. The agency noted among the findings, there are seven programs that lack an adequate number of full time faculty.