GRAMBLING, La. - An internal program review at Grambling State University resulted in the discovery of financial policy violations involving approximately $118,000 used to purchase food, goods and services for personal use between May 2011 and about February 2015. Four employees were dismissed in January and additional financial controls will be implemented as a result of these findings.
Notification of the findings has been forwarded to the University of Louisiana System office, the Third Judicial District Attorney and the Louisiana legislative auditor.
“We discovered policy violations related to the Tiger One cards,” said GSU President Rick Gallot. “Immediate terminations were made upon the discovery of the policy violations.”