JSU foundation audit shows thousands in undocumented expenses

Jackson State University’s development foundation canceled all of its credit cards amid an independent accountants’ report that found administrators made thousands of dollars in questionable, unapproved or undocumented purchases using the cards.

JSU’s former Vice President of Institutional Advancement David Hoard spent almost $24,000 from the university’s development foundation at casinos and on personal items, including cigarettes, meals, movie tickets, travel and utilities, according to the report, obtained by The Clarion-Ledger.

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