Baylor feels some heat from regional accrediting group
December 7, 2016
The Southern Association of College and Schools’ Commission on Colleges has placed Baylor University on warning for 12 months over issues related to the sexual assault scandal that engulfed the school’s football program, the Chronicle of Higher Education reported Tuesday.
The publication reports that the commission found that Baylor was not in compliance with “several accrediting requirements.”
The commission found that Baylor didn’t provide adequate support services for students and didn’t’ exercise “appropriate fiscal and administrative control” of its athletics program, the chronicle reported.