It’s time to end the jokes about UNC and its fake classes. Eh, let’s be real. State fans don’t know how to do that. Regardless, the Southern Association of Schools Commission on Colleges decided that UNC-Chapel Hill’s accreditation is confirmed after a two-year stint. Previously, the university had been placed on probation for a year when it failed to meet the accreditation standards of both academic integrity and control of athletics. The vote means that UNC won’t have to deal with any more accreditation issues for the next 10 years. Now, here’s to hoping that no athlete tweets about tenant rates from Club Liv in the next few years.
By: The Point Staff
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