The fallout continues.
An Atlanta college is suspending its endowed professorship with Bill Cosby amid allegations by more than two dozen women that the comedian and actor sexually assaulted them.
Spelman College is the latest school to disassociate itself from Cosby.
Spelman says in a statement that the program was established in the name of Cosby and his wife, Camille, to bring positive attention and scholars to the campus.
In the statement, the college says the current situation "prevents us from continuing to meet these objectives fully" and the program will be suspended until the goals can again be met.
Cosby has denied the allegations, but he has been mostly silent about the accusations. Though he did give a brief interview recently to The New York Post, saying, "Let me say this. I only expect the black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism and when you do that you have to go in with a neutral mind."
Meanwhile, another Cosby performance was canceled, this time in Houston. Organizers say there is intent to reschedule, though no new date has been announced.
This is just the latest in a string of cancellations for Cosby. He's seen several stand-up gigs get canceled and his upcoming TV series got scrapped, too. And he's stepped down as a member of the board of trustees at Temple University.