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UNC-Chapel Hill holds surprise inspections of classes to make sure they’re real
CHAPEL HILL — Surprise inspections have been taking place across the UNC-Chapel Hill campus in recent days as administrators seek to prove that students and faculty are, indeed, meeting for their scheduled classes.
Administrators have been working against the clock to account for courses before a visit this spring by an outside review team. The reviewers are expected to prepare a report for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges – the regional accrediting agency that monitors campuses for academic quality. The SACS board could decide in June whether to sanction the university for the academic fraud scandal that has unfolded in the past couple of years.
In the aftermath of the academic fraud scandal, UNC-CH administrators are doing spot checks to see if professors and students actually meet for their scheduled classes.
The fact you have to do that is pathetic
NCAA not finding a lack of institutional control makes complete sense.
And think of this, UNC with a lot of violations and sanctions by the NCAA. 54 fraudulent classes geared towards keeping Athletes eligible. Butch Davis fired, and he is one of the few people in which there is not one single allegation of wrongdoing.
My guess is they had bulletin board postings the day before of the upcoming "surprise inspections".
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