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MSU Board of Regents: We Have Full Confidence in President

After a closed door meeting, the Midwestern State University Board of Regents put their full confidence behind President Dr. Jesse Rogers.

Regents met at 3:30pm at MSU to look at only one item on the agenda: the "consideration of Dr. Jesse Rogers status as President of Midwestern State University".

Dr. Rogers has come under fire for how the university handled a high profile donation involving a home donated by the Harvey family to MSU. The university has spent a reported $300,000 on furniture and renovations. We spoke with Dr. Rogers this past week about what MSU's plan is for that house.

"Basically I think the family is in agreement and understand that we're selling it and they seemed fine with it. When we do sell it will be a very nice asset of the university and I think we will use it to honor the Harvey family," Dr. Rogers said.

We will have in depth coverage of that meeting and bring you complete coverage on Texoma's CW at 9 and Newschannel 6 at 10. Stay with Newschannel 6 and Newschannel6now.com for the latest.

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