President Corey goes on leave

Normal university business will continue even as Corey receives an overdue recess.

Christian Leonard, Writer

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When Corey became Biola’s president in 2007, his contract with the university allowed him to take a sabbatical every three years, a provision he has not received until now. This spring, the Board of Trustees approved Corey to take a month-long study leave. While he remains on leave, provost and senior vice president Deborah Taylor will lead the President’s Cabinet in continuing university operations, according to University Communications and Marketing.

Corey will spend most of his leave away from Southern California, though he remains on a spiritual retreat on the East Coast for his initial week.