BRISTOL, Tenn. - The president of King University has received a vote of "no confidence" by a majority of the faculty.
That's according to faculty member Dan Kreiss. He tells News 5 they voted Monday at the regularly scheduled faculty meeting. University President Dr. Greg Jordan was at the meeting when the vote was taken.
62 faculty members had a vote of no confidence; 30 members voted they still had confidence in Jordan; and nine faculty members abstained from voting.
All members voted in a secret ballot.
Students and staff have recently voiced their concerns about the university's leadership.
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