Frazier presses for NCCU reinstatement meeting
Former N.C. Central University football coach Henry Frazier III on Wednesday requested a hearing with either the school's Board of Trustees or the UNC Board of Governors and UNC system president Tom Ross to talk about the possibility of his reinstatement, according to Linda Kenney Baden, his New York-based attorney.
The request comes in the wake of a Wake County judge’s finding that Frazier wasn’t guilty of violating a domestic violence protective order. That arrest led to his firing by NCCU in August.
First-year NCCU Chancellor Debra Saunders-White declined Frazier's initial request for reinstatement, so now it's time to go above her authority, Baden said.
NCCU spokeswoman Ayana Hernandez said, “North Carolina Central University is unable to provide comment on personnel matters.”