UNC Scandal

UNC Scandal

Accreditor says it won’t reopen UNC case

The president of the commission that accredits UNC-Chapel Hill said in a letter released today that it will not look further into statements the university made to the NCAA’s infractions committee regarding the legitimacy of classes in the long-running academic scandal.

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NCAA faces criticism for UNC decision

UNC-Chapel Hill escaped NCAA sanctions, in one of the longest-running academic scandals in college sports history, in large part by refusing to identify as fraudulent 18 years of classes that had no instruction and were graded by a secretary

Listen to Dan Kane's interview with Belle Wheelan of SACS concerning UNC's statements to the NCAA

Listen to News & Observer reporter Dan Kane's telephone interview with Belle Wheelan, president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, concerning UNC's statements to the NCAA about classes at the heart of the
Interview by Dan Kane