Florida A&M University trustees are putting an interim president in charge of the university as it embarks on a national search for a permanent leader.
Trustees on Wednesday officially confirmed Larry Robinson as interim president. Robinson will be paid $325,000 a year.
He replaces James Ammons, who abruptly resigned amid the fallout from the hazing death of a marching band member.
Robinson, the FAMU provost, was named interim president last month during an emergency meeting but trustees wanted to confirm the choice at a face-to-face meeting.
Robinson will not be able to apply for the permanent spot.
Eleven FAMU band members face felony hazing charges, while two others face misdemeanor counts for alleged roles in the hazing of drum major Robert Champion. They have pleaded not guilty.