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| South Carolina State University|Andrew Hugine, Jr. Wikipedia
Andrew Hugine, Jr. is the current President of Alabama A&M University. He was formerly the President of South Carolina State University.
Hugine earned a Bachelor of Science in mathematics and Master of Education in mathematics from South Carolina State University. He went on to complete studies leading toward the Doctor of Philosophy degree in higher education/institutional research from Michigan State University.
From 2003–2008, Hugine culminated his 30-year affiliation with South Carolina State University as its President. During his brief administration, he was credited with the construction of a residence facility and preparations for a new School of Engineering facility. Hugine was fired from SCSU and subsequently sued the university for $1-million and $2-million from the trustees who voted to oust him. He settled for $60,000.
On June 18, 2009, he was approved as the 11th president of Alabama A&M University.