Acquiescing to a requirement from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the University posted its first monitoring report regarding the accreditation bylaws that were broken during the nearly 20-year academic-athletic scandal.
The accrediting agency requested the University complete a monitoring report about its compliance with the seven broken accrediting standards that the association did not accept the University's explanation for at the association's meeting last June.
This first section of the 146-page report focuses on the University's integrity, which the association questioned because of the academic-athletic scandal.
UNC highlighted the report done by the Integrity and Ethics Working Group, which was formed after the Wainstein report in October 2014, as well as the creation of the Chief Integrity and Policy Officer.
"These documents go well beyond the information sought by the Commission and evidence the extraordinary — indeed unparalleled — lengths to which the University has gone to ensure complete institutional integrity," the monitoring report said about the working group's report.