September 16, 2021
September 16, 2021
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NIC: Search obstruction alleged
Trustee believes board chair trying to impede presidential search
A North Idaho College Trustee said she believes the board chair is trying to detain the process for the search for a permanent president.
File a lawsuit, probe response suggests
Attorney General’s Office won't decide NIC trustee residency debate
The Attorney General’s Office suggests filing an action seeking to have the seat declared vacant in order to answer the trustee residency requirement concerns for North Idaho College trustees.
Tribe weighs in on NIC's future
Trustee says college in bad habit of not responding to stakeholders
The Coeur d’Alene Tribe has stated their concern over the current state of North Idaho College through a letter, calling on the board of trustees to publicly “confirm its commitment to education and reassure their partners, community, students and faculty that North Idaho College is still a centerpiece of education.”
15 centuries at NIC sound off
Group's letter joins chorus of voices worried about college leadership
Former and retired NIC affiliates share concerns
State issues NIC warning
With accreditation jeopardized, college could lose local control, funding
State Board of Education urges NIC to take action
NIC under accreditation microscope
Experts coming to CDA next month to investigate leadership concerns
After a second complaint, the accrediting organization for North Idaho College is planning an onsite inquiry to the college to review the situation in January. The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities said in a letter to the college that based on the analysis of alleged facts, “NIC’s ability to maintain compliance with the United States Department of Education’s regulations, and Accreditation Procedures is of concern.”
Trustee: Firing president could backfire
Wood warns in email that board members could be held personally liable in lawsuit
Email between North Idaho College trustees suggest board members may face personal financial risk should they terminate the college’s president without cause.