The Florida A&M Board of Trustees has issued a vote of “no confidence” against FAMU president James Ammons.
The vote was 8-4.
“I hear you loudly and clearly,” Ammons said after the vote. “I understand there are measures I have to take, as president of the university, to fix things. And I will fix them.”
The vote followed a series of investigations into the university following concerns over the hazing death of a member of the band and drum major Robert Champion. The vote also related to financial audits that resulted from the hazing investigation.
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