A judge again temporarily blocked Mills College from merging with Northeastern University and ordered the troubled Oakland college to turn over financial documents to an alumnae trustee.
The ruling Monday by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Stephen Pulido grants Viji Nakka-Cammauf, an alum and voting member of the Mills College board of trustees, access to information on Mills’ financial condition and pending merger.
Mills College must hand over the documents by the end of the business day Wednesday. Nakka-Cammauf is allowed to view the documents along with lawyers and financial analysts.
Pulido extended the previously issued restraining order against Mills College, stopping the college’s officials from making any decisions about Mills’ future until Sept. 3.