A major shakeup in leadership is taking place at the University of Louisville.
Governor Matt Bevin today announced that University of Louisville President James Ramsey is stepping down and the school’s Board of Trustees is being reorganized.
Bevin said the school needs a change in oversight and a “fresh start.”
Ramsey has led U of L since 2002.
He’s come under increasing criticism as the school has faced several high-profile scandals, including an FBI investigation into its top health care executive, and an NCAA investigation into allegations that men’s basketball players and recruits were provided with prostitutes.
The Council on Postsecondary Education will nominate new trustees for Bevin to consider for appointment.