The North Central Association’s Higher Learning Commission says the university in Indianapolis is in a “financially precarious position” and cited its low retention and graduation rates.
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Dr. Miller is the former president of Martin University in Indianapolis. He resigned as president on November 1 after being appointed to the position in February 2012.
Martin University in Indianapolis experienced an unexpected drop in enrollments this fall. The school had expected 700 students to enroll for classes but only 522 actually did so. This produced a $600,000 budget shortfall.
Dr. White, the former superintendent of the Indianapolis public school system, will serve one year while the university searches for a permanent president.
George Miller, president of Martin University in Indianapolis, has announced that he will step down on November 1 after just 18 months on the job. President Miller said he was leaving because he and wife had accepted another opportunity that he did not disclose.