Spending at the College of DuPage is reportedly under investigation by DuPage County prosecutors, according to the Chicago Tribune.
The public integrity unit in the DuPage County State Attorney's office is said to be leading the probe into spending at the community college, which has reportedly been hit with two grand jury subpoenas for financial documents.
The reported investigation comes after several controversies at the college, including President Robert Breuder's $763,000 severance package that school trustees recently approved. Among other issues, the school has also taken heat over reports of excessive spending by Breuder and College of DuPage administrators at a high-end campus restaurant.
"The college has and will fully cooperate with any government investigation," Respicio Vazquez, an attorney for the College of DuPage, told the newspaper.