Curtis B. Charles has resigned as president of Tiffin University, effective Friday. Charles has been president for only six months. A university press release said his departure was "a result of a difference in views on strategic vision."
Tiffin, a private nonprofit college in Ohio, was forced in 2013 to abandon a strategy in which it worked with a company -- Ivy Bridge College -- to run an online institution that offered associate degrees. Tiffin ended that partnership after its accreditor objected.
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