After a series of hazing scandals, a death, and an investigation into financial mismanagement, the university has one year to prove it is turning around before it risks losing its regional accreditation from the Southern Association of College and Schools’ Commission on Colleges.
“It is not a slap on the wrist,” interim president Larry Robinson said. “We’ve got to take it very seriously.”
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