CHICAGO (WLS) -- Thomas Calhoun, the president of Chicago State University, may be replaced after only nine months on the job.
Trustees at the school will vote on a separation agreement Friday.
Calhoun's contract was set to run for the next five years with a $300,000 salary.
The decision to remove him comes as the school faces serious cut backs because of the state budget crisis.
CSU president to be replaced after 9 months