Topics: UNC scandal reforms

This series, started in the fall of 2015 by The Daily Tar Heel examines the more than 70 reforms and recommendations UNC has implemented since 2010, when the first news of the scandal broke. UNC lists all of their reforms and recommendations on its website, which can be found here.

The purpose of the series is determine why certain reforms were proposed, if they are still in place today and whether they have been effective and sustainable.

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Nashville, Tenn. — Six years and three notices of allegations since the first reports of a possible athletic-academic scandal at UNC, the NCAA held a Nashville-based hearing on Wednesday and Thursday — one with coaches and university representatives on the roster. 


U-Maryland president calls for NCAA 'death penalty' for UNC athletics

University of Maryland President Wallace Loh said he would think UNC’s academic scandal would lead to the NCAA death penalty in a meeting April 6. 


Probation on University accreditation lifted

Chancellor Folt announced today the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools has lifted UNC’s academic probation one year after it was put in place. 


Reforms streamline grade change process

This story is part of a series from The Daily Tar Heel examining the more than 70 reforms the University has said were made since information about the academic-athletic scandal came to light in 2010. The complete list of reforms can be found on carolinacommitment.unc.edu.


UNC admissions uses projected GPA

By Belle Hillenburg

Staff Writer

This story is part of a series from The Daily Tar Heel examining the more than 70 reforms the University has said were made since information about the academic-athletic scandal came to light in 2010.


Tutor coordinator relieved logistical burden from counselors

This story is part of a series from The Daily Tar Heel examining the more than 70 reforms the University has said were made since information about the academic-athletic scandal came to light in 2010. The complete list of reforms can be found on carolinacommitment.unc.edu.


UNC reviews admissions after Wainstein

UNC promised to reform the admissions process for student-athletes after the Wainstein report was released last year.


Fall 2012 sports facilities reforms aimed to mitigate legal risk

Changes to policies regarding sports facilities are among the more than 70 post-scandal reforms listed at carolinacommitment.unc.edu — but these reforms were not necessarily related to the academic-athletic scandal.


Scandal reforms introduce syllabus requirements

When information about an academic scandal lasting nearly two decades started surfacing in 2010, the University began making changes. One reform was new, specific requirements for course syllabuses.