Academic Progression at Princeton University

Let's start with the good news: you're a student at Princeton. That took a tremendous amount of hard work and discipline. Only four percent of applicants actually make it in. Good for you!

Here's the bad news: being accepted to Princeton and enrolling in classes at Princeton isn't the same thing as graduating from Princeton. You still have a tough four years ahead of you, and there are lots of reasons you can find yourself dismissed from school. One of the biggest is simply failing to progress from semester to semester and year to year.

We all make mistakes, of course, even Princeton students, and most of us slip up academically every now and then. Maybe you overslept and missed an important final. Or maybe you went through a bad breakup and couldn't manage to get to class one semester.

Whatever happened, don't let it define who you are. You're still a Princeton student, and you still deserve to be a Princeton graduate. If you're struggling academically, National Student Defense attorney-advisor Joseph D. Lento is here to help. You might be surprised by the idea that a lawyer can help with academics. As you'll see, though, most university decisions involve complicated rules and procedures. No one handles rules and procedures more effectively than lawyers. Joseph D. Lento has dedicated his career to helping students navigate the often confusing bureaucracies of higher education. He's helped hundreds of students deal with the threat of dismissal, and he can do the same for you.

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