Penn State University trustees no longer appear poised to vote on a new president this week.
The board had announced a special meeting Friday to consider the resolution of a personnel matter. According to the board's website, it is only responsible for one position at the school: the president.
But the board on Wednesday afternoon released a statement in which it said Friday's meeting has been delayed indefinitely to allow for further consideration on the matter.
An executive session scheduled Thursday evening was also rescheduled to Friday. That meeting is not open to the public.
The trustees have been looking for a successor to President Rodney Erickson, who plans to retire by June.
Former President Graham Spanier was ousted days after charges were filed against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was charged with child sexual abuse in November 2011.