5:20 p.m. UPDATE: The University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors appointed Rick Gallot as the next president Grambling State University. The Board appointed Gallot by unanimous decision.

Gallot, who is a Democratic departing member of state Senate, and also a graduate of Grambling State, will lead the black college after former president Willie Larkin stepped down in February.

[Original story, published at 1:12 p.m.]

Grambling State University is expected to announce a new president Tuesday.

In June, Grambling State University President Willie Larkin stepped down after less than a year at the helm.

The resignation came after faculty at Grambling voted “no confidence” in Larkin. From The News Star:

There appeared to be a growing disconnect between some faculty members and the administration just months into his presidency. In February, Grambling’s Faculty Senate voted “no confidenc”‘ in Larkin, citing “a vague administrative response to pressing issues such as falling enrollment, fundraising and the loss of the school’s nursing program.”

The new leader of the black college will be at least the 10th president in the last 25 years, according to UL System President Dan Reneau, Leigh Guidry says in a post to her personal Twitter account.

Reneau added that “that’s not stability.”

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