Dunn begins moving out of Pollock House

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Randy Dunn’s time as president of Youngstown State University is over, and now the process of packing up and moving out of his state-paid housing has begun.

A moving van was parked in the driveway Tuesday of the Pollock House on the YSU campus. The recently renovated mansion on Wick Avenue was Dunn’s home while he was president.

Pollock House gets new life

Dunn accepted a job as president at Southern Illinois University. His last day working at YSU was on March 21.

Dunn departing YSU March 21

The YSU Board of Trustees gave him a few extra weeks to move out while the search for his successor continues.

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