The Westfield State University board of trustees met Thursday night to talk about the future of credit card spending at the school.
After a massive spending scandal that resulted in the resignation of former university president Evan Dobelle, the trustees voted to reduce the number of credit cards from 40 down to 24.
A university spokeswoman told CBS 3 more changes are coming.
The board did not vote on any changes to the university's travel arrangement policy.
Dobelle retired in Nov. after an investigation found he spent thousands of university dollars on personal expenses.
He has maintained that his spending was good for the university.
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