Law school grade change scandal results in firings and dimissals
Published: Saturday, June 28, 2008
Updated: Saturday, February 14, 2009 18:02
Three employees of the College of Law have been fired and two students have been dismissed in result of a grade change scandal. An internal investigation by the Audit and Compliance, launched in February resulted in the firings and dismissals. The law school's acting registrar Deborah Swain, program assistant Carol Rojas, and assistant director of admissions Derrien Bonney, have all been let go. The two students were dismissed due to being falsely admitted into the university. The names of the students were not released.
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