Q: When a student graduates from Kennesaw State, what do you want them to have learned through their four years or how many years it takes them to graduate?
A: First of all, I want them to have learned. I don't want them to say they skated by. I want to have pushed them. I want to have further developed their mind. I want them to have a very positive experience academically and socially. There's over 200 student associations on campus. You don't want them to just be in the classroom and do homework. You want them to have the full college experience. I want them to have fully enveloped and enjoyed their college experience, and I want them to get a good job.
Q: What steps will you take to allay those concerns (about the administration)?
A: It's going to take further action. Candidly, there have been some dismissals. There will need to be further steps. There are pending investigations. Pending audits. It is clear there were ethical lapses. No question about it. The positive is, it didn't relate to the students or the faculty. It was the administration. A culture needs to be created where that is 100 percent unacceptable.