Regents Delay Naming a President for SLCC

Regents Delay Naming a President for SLCC

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- One of three finalists for Salt Lake Community College president has pulled out of the running.

Dixie State College President Robert Huddleston says he's decided to stay at Dixie State after careful consideration.

The State Board of Regents put off making the decision until after the 2004 Legislative session.

Two candidates are still in the running, but Interim President Judd Morgan is not one of them.

He was appointed to the post in May after the president resigned to take another job.

In the meantime, the board hopes he can pull the college's 12 campuses together.

SLCC is facing some problems including wiretapping charges against some center employees, and job discrimination lawsuits filed by former and current employees.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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