For years, UNC Chapel Hill student-athletes and non-student-athletes alike used “paper classes” — courses that never met and required only one final paper — to boost their grades.
The NCAA announced on Friday that it “could not conclude” that UNC violated academic rules after a years-long investigation into the academic scandal, saying the university will not be sanctioned.
Grading for the “paper classes,” the NCAA found, was mostly done by a UNC secretary, who had been delegated the task by her department chair.
“The papers consistently received high grades,” the NCAA found.
“As far as her grading method, the secretary admitted that read more >>>