The College of DuPage Board of Trustees could vote to fire President Robert Breuder at its Thursday meeting.
The meeting agenda shows the board is slated to consider whether to start the firing process against the college president, though it doesn't provide details on why.
Breuder was placed on paid administrative leave at the end of April. Federal and DuPage County prosecutors as well as Illinois education officials have recently launched investigations into spending and other problems at the College of DuPage.
For example, the school has publicly come under fire over Breuder's $763,000 severance package that was approved earlier this year and in response to reports of excessive spending by Breuder and College of DuPage administrators at a high-end campus restaurant, which trustees voted to close last week.
"COD's president has been on administrative leave pending the result of our investigations," Katharine Hamilton, who chairs the board of trustees, said in a statement Tuesday. "The investigations have resulted in this proposed action for board consideration."