JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Florida State College of Jacksonville could be looking for a new college president Tuesday. The current president's employment contract is the first item on the agenda for the meeting.
The Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting to discuss what it's calling "employment matters."
The meeting comes a week after four top leaders were suspended for awarding $4.7 million in Pell Grants to more than 1,700 students.
FCSJ President, Dr. Steve Wallace, will likely have his own employment put under the microscope for his role in the recent financial woes. If he is dismissed from his position, Wallace could receive a severance package of more than $851,000.
Governor Rick Scott has previously requested an investigation into the school's finances.
Wallace had previously said he will request the Board approve his choice to fill the new Chief of Staff position, Frank Mackesy. Mackesy is a former JSO Undersheriff and the current Director of FSCJ's Emergency and Security Training, and tells Action News he is open to filling to position, even if only temporarily.
The FSCJ Board will hope a special meeting at 10 am, which is open to the public. The meeting will take place at the FSCJ Administrative Offices, 501 W. State St., Board Room 405.