Former President of Student-Aid Group Pleads Guilty

The former president of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators has pleaded guilty to diverting nearly $100,000 in public funds to a community-college bond campaign, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Philip R. Day Jr., who resigned as president of the association after he was charged, pleaded guilty to three felony counts involving the misuse of public funds while he was chancellor of the City College of San Francisco. He will pay $30,000 in fines but will not spend time in jail, the newspaper said.

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