JCU's Senior Leadership Team hires consultants from Eduvantis that suggest that John Carroll cut some academic programs while creating new programs like nursing and computer engineering, which would entail significant costs.
Bill Donnelly becomes Chairman of the Board. (What is a Board of Directors?)
University Reports Loss in Net Assets
According to JCU's publicly available 990 tax forms, for the fiscal year ending in May 2019, JCU held $357 million in total net assets, losing $3 million from the year before.
Bill Donnelly and his wife Susan pledge to donate an undisclosed sum of money to establish the Donnelly School of Leadership and Social Innovation.
Michael Johnson pledges to reexamine academic programs, promises that no full-time faculty would be affected by any decisions to cut programs.
Michael Johnson becomes President of JCU.
University Reports Gain in Net Assets
According to JCU's publicly available 990 tax forms, for the fiscal year ending in May 2018, JCU held $360 million in total net assets, gaining $23 million from the year before.