Carolina Commentment Reforms Navigation

Welcome to Carolina Commitment – on this website, we provide information on previous and current reforms at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as we work diligently to ensure academic irregularities do not, and will not, happen again on our campus. As we continue making progress, we will be sure to share updates with our Carolina community. Read more on the chart to the left about the actions, initiatives and reforms that have already been implemented.

For information about the 2014 independent inquiry conducted by Kenneth Wainstein of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, please see the following resources. We encourage visitors to read the full report.

Actions & Initiatives

We have already instituted many reforms across the University, and we are continuing to look for ways to improve. Click here to find summaries of existing reforms.

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Updates

UNC-Chapel Hill posts SACSCOC letter about accreditation decision

The University has posted a July 1, 2015 letter from its regional accrediting body, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), which provided additional information about action its Board of Trustees took on June 11, 2015. Sent as part of the commission’s standard protocol, the letter also detailed information SACSCOC would like the University to provide by April 1, 2016, about the effectiveness of specific reform measures and other initiatives instituted in recent years in response to the academic irregularities that ended in 2011.

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