MOUNT VERNON, Ga. – During the conclusion of its annual meeting in Nashville, Tenn. Dec. 9 The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) announced it had ended Brewton-Parker College's academic probation and reaffirmed the school's accreditation and membership.
Brewton-Parker College President Ergun Caner and members of his executive cabinet met for an hour on Dec. 6 in Nashville with the SACSCOC Committee on Compliance and Reports to present new verified material evidence demonstrating the college’s compliance with the Principles of Accreditation. The evidence submitted and reviewed by SACSCOC showed that Brewton-Parker College had sufficient financial resources to
meet its obligations and its mission, is financially stable, is in control of its finances and complies with its Title IV program responsibilities to the United States Department of Education.
“This is a great day for Brewton-Parker College. We are thankful that after reviewing all the evidence SACSCOC removed us from probation and reaffirmed our accreditation. The process that Brewton-Parker College has endured over the past four years shows that the system works. Brewton-Parker College is a better and much stronger institution today,” Caner said. “Brewton-Parker College has proved that it is financially stable, fiscally accountable, and academically rigorous. We give thanks to God for this decision for it was by His guidance we were able to achieve this result.”
Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college founded in 1904 and affiliated with the Georgia Baptist Convention, is located in Mount Vernon, Georgia.