NJCU Prez to retire
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JERSEY CITY AND BEYOND - Dr. Carlos Hernandez, president of New Jersey City University,

announced today that he will retire from his position at the end of the 2011-2012 academic year.

A former professor of psychology and vice president of academic affairs, Hernandez is credited with expanding the university to include the College

of Professional Studies, a new college of arts and sciences, and College of Education.

Hernandez's last day on the job after 40 years at NJCU will be June 30, 2012.

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NJCUGadfly
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September 21, 2011
There are four letters available, from the New Jersey Commission of Higher Education, stating that NJCU President, Carlos Hernandez used a fraudulent academic degree while becoming the NJCU president,

And, NJCU, according to the 10/05/09 Star-Ledger, has the highest "failure to graduate" rate in New Jersey.

It's a university President's major responsibility -- to try to have the lowest failure-to-graduate" score.

So, by the NJCU Board of Trustees -- failing to remove Hernandez because he committed fraud to become NJCU's president --- thousands of NJCU most likely dropped out of that school.

When the NJCU Board decided to hire an unqualified academic vice president, and then president -- it did immeasurable harm to thousands of first-generation college students.