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Financial worries lead to North Carolina school probation

CHARLOTTE, N. C. – the Financial concerns have led to the probationary period for a historically black university in North Carolina.

Media report of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges placed Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte on trial this week.

The accreditation of the organization will visit the school next year, and decide to issue a 10-year extension of the recognition or withdrawal of school accreditation as the worries over the finances and control are not solved.

The school said in a news release Tuesday that the probation will allow it to improve its quality and effectiveness.

School president Ron Carter said last year that the university was ordered to repay almost $2 million in student aid the sense that it was said that the school received in violation of the federal regulations.

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