MINOT, N.D. (AP) — An audit of Minot State University has found the school did not properly track immunizations of its students.
State Auditor Joshua Gallion released an audit Tuesday of Minot State which shows from July 2017 through June 2018, the university had no proof of an immunization tracking system and allowed students to register for classes without immunization records.
Gallion also says the school was not testing "all high-risk international students" for tuberculosis.
The school says it will begin complying with the proper procedures.
The audit also found the school was not following proper purchasing policies and the requirements for bidding capital projects.