LSU board holds 'evaluation' of university president F. King Alexander
BATON ROUGE – The Board of Supervisors of LSU evaluated University President F. King Alexander Thursday but made no immdeiate decision concerning his future at the school.
The Board of Supervisors, the governing agency of the university system led by its flagship LSU campus in Baton Rouge, scheduled an “evaluation meeting” Thursday followed by a full Board of Supervisors meeting Friday.
An agenda for Friday’s meeting wasn’t immediately available and likely wouldn’t be until later Thursday.
The Board of Supervisors are the top bosses of Louisiana’s most well-known higher education system.
The agenda only listed an evaluation of “the President” and other personnel,” though it did not name those people, along with a "self-evaluation" of the board.
F. King Alexander, the president of LSU, earns north of $600,000. The board reported favorable feelings when his performance was evaluated in October 2018. His contract was also renewed for another handful of years.
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