The University should hear back from both the NCAA and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in the coming summer months about a revised and UNC’s accreditation standing, respectively.
At the Final Four in Houston, NCAA president Mark Emmert told reporters the investigation into UNC and the paper class scheme conducted in the former Department of African and Afro-American Studies was progressing and that the University could expect to receive the amended NOA within the month.
“It’s a great, big, complicated case, and it’s taking a long time to get all the information in place,’' Emmert said . “We’re not putting a timetable on it.’'
The original NOA was and claimed that the University lacked institutional control, one of the highest offenses the NCAA can allege against a school. The University was set to respond , but instead found more potential infractions that needed to be reported to the NCAA.