Missouri President Wolfe to Leave Providence Point
COLUMBIA (AP) - The University of Missouri's new president is moving out of his campus mansion as the school decides whether Providence Point should remain open.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that the 12,630-square-foot home needs at least $88,000 in repairs that include mold abatement and asbestos removal. Wolfe, who took office in February, will move out of the house while university administrators determine the 41-year-old home's fate.
All eight of the university system's previous presidents have lived at the home since it was built. Providence Point will continue to be used for fundraisers and other events.