SACS places Southern University on 6-month probation
- Failure to provide documentation of student improvement landed Baton Rouge's Southern University a 6-month probation from its accreditation agency, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, for failing to meet standards.
- SACS wants Southern to evaluate its student learning outcomes and provide evidence based on assessment results across all of its academic programs.
- Southern must submit a third monitoring report no later than March 1, at least four weeks before a special committee visits the school.
From the article:
Southern University in Baton Rouge has been placed on a 6-month probation for failing to provide documentation showing evidence of student improvement, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune learned Friday. ...
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