The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools is issuing warnings to two of Georgia’s public universities. SACS says Fort Valley State University in Middle Georgia needs to improve its finances, faculty competence, and the way it handles federal student aid.
Savannah State University received one warning involving compliance with core faculty standards. Officials with FVSU say SACS will monitor their progress and their accreditation remains intact. SACS will disclose details of the findings next week.