Facing Dismissal from Stanford University

Stanford University is one of the top schools in the country. But then, you know that. As a student here, you already know that it's one of the hardest schools to get into. And, depending on where you are in your program, you probably also know that it's also one of the hardest schools to graduate from. To be sure, if you can make it through the program, your future is virtually guaranteed to be bright. Making it through, though, is sometimes easier said than done.

There are a whole host of reasons why you might be dismissed from Stanford. We'll get into those. For now, though, right up front, you should know that if you're facing dismissal, you don't have to fight it alone. National Student Defense attorney-advisor Joseph D. Lento built his career helping students just like you fight for their rights. Whatever problem you're facing, you can count on Joseph D. Lento to know what you're going through, and you can count on him to stand beside you from start to finish.

Reasons for Dismissal at Stanford

First things first. What are the big no-nos at Stanford University? What could you do that could possibly be so bad it would get you expelled? It turns out that there are four separate areas to worry about.

  • Academic Performance: Of course, you have to worry about succeeding in the classroom. Stanford sets three standards for academic achievement. You must earn at least nine credits each quarter. You must earn 36 units over your most recent three quarters. Final