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University of Louisville placed on one-year probation by accrediting agency after Bevin reshuffles board
12/06/2016 02:11 PM
UPDATED — The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has placed the University of Louisville on one-year probation based on actions by Gov. Matt Bevin in reorganizing the university’s board of trustees, which led to former President Jim Ramsey’s decision to exit the school. The university, which will maintain its accreditation, announced the accrediting agency’s decision in a news release Tuesday. SACS cited issues pertaining to the selection and evaluation of the university president, external influence and board... Read more
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