(THE COLLEGE FIX) — Embattled Oregon State University accepted the resignation of President F. King Alexander after less than a year on the job. His tenure ended late last month after public scrutiny over his involvement in sexual misconduct proceedings while president of Louisiana State University.
As a part of his severance package, Alexander will receive a year’s salary from OSU totaling approximately, $600,000 as recompense for his nine-month stint with the university.
“Alexander’s resignation is effective April 1, but he will be on administrative leave until then. His resignation comes with a settlement agreement that will pay him an additional year’s salary, around $600,000,” USA Today reports.
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