UNC officials have confirmed the university has received a third notice of allegations from the NCAA.

Inside Carolina was first to report the news on Wednesday morning.

The third notice is the latest development in the years-long investigation into “paper classes” at UNC, where students – including student-athletes – received high grades for classes that required little or no work.

The university and NCAA met with the NCAA Committee on Infractions in late October in a meeting to discuss procedures before merit arguments were made regarding the amended notice of allegations, which the university received earlier this year.

UNC spokesman Rick White said in an email that the university will be posting the new notice of allegations to the Carolina Commitment website but did not give a timeline.