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Administrative case: College with-holding TOR

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1 Administrative case: College with-holding TOR on Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:22 am

jj86


Arresto Menor
Hi,

I used to attend a college for my post-graduate studies but due to a class I failed I filed a Leave of Absence for one year and was AWOL after than. After two years of absence from the college, I received a notice that a case was filed against me and my previous groupmates for falsification of data in a project report. Now they are with-holding even my undergraduate transcript of records which are also under the same school.

1. Does the case still apply for me since I am no longer going to the school?
2. Do they have a right to hold my undergraduate records even though the case was for my graduate studies?

Thank you very much!

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attyLLL


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yes, because the act was committed while you were enrolled. the withholding of the undergrad records is a gray area, but my thinking is that it is not proper if the act complained of was committed in the post grad studies


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jj86


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Thank you.

What possible actions could be done to acquire the undergraduate TOR?

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attyLLL


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a complaint to ched or a court action


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