Coastal Carolina University President David DeCenzo has a little more money in his pocket to promote the college’s programs, fundraisers and athletics. The university’s board of trustees increased his discretionary fund by $30,000 to $270,000.
Coastal Carolina University President David DeCenzo has a little more money in his pocket to promote the college’s programs, fundraisers and athletics. The university’s board of trustees increased his discretionary fund by $30,000 to $270,000. Steve Jessmore The Sun News file photo
Coastal Carolina University President David DeCenzo has a little more money in his pocket to promote the college’s programs, fundraisers and athletics. The university’s board of trustees increased his discretionary fund by $30,000 to $270,000. Steve Jessmore The Sun News file photo

CCU’s DeCenzo awarded more money to promote, publicize school

May 06, 2016 05:33 PM

UPDATED May 06, 2016 09:04 PM

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