For the past few months, the University of Virginia has been corresponding with its accrediting agency about the leadership upset in June.
The accreditors wanted to know how and why the governing board asked U-Va. President Teresa Sullivan to resign, only to reinstate her a couple weeks later. In June, they raised questions about the board’s integrity, compliance with policies and interaction with faculty.
In late September, the board submitted a response. In early October, the accreditors — the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges — responded that they still had questions and the matter would be discussed at a December board meeting.
You can read more in this article that I wrote: “U-Va. accreditation still at risk as questions linger about failed presidential ouster.”And here’s the letter U-Va. officials received from the accreditors: