Facing Dismissal From the University of Washington

As they say, we all make mistakes. Somehow, though, college students seem to make more than their fair share. It probably has something to do with all that adulting you're trying to learn how to do.

Maybe you overslept and missed the big exam. Maybe you went through a bad breakup and missed most of the spring semester. Whatever has happened, you don't have to let it define you or keep you from graduating with your degree.

Joseph D. Lento, National Student Defense attorney-advisor, is here to help. There are lots of things that can go wrong at the University of Washington and lots of reasons the school might try to dismiss you. We'll look at most of them here. Joseph D. Lento has dealt with all of them.

If you're in trouble and worried about your future, you owe it to yourself to contact Joseph D. Lento and find out what he can do for you.

Reasons for Dismissal at Georgetown University

There are many reasons the University of Washington might decide to dismiss you. For the most part, though, they can be grouped into four basic categories.

  • Academic Performance: You came to UW to learn, and the school expects you to make your best effort to do that. Should your grade point average fall below 2.0, you can find yourself on academic probation. Fail to bring it up while you're on probation, and you could find yourself dismissed entirely.
  • Academic Misconduct: UW also expects you to earn your degree honestly. That means no cheating, no plagiarism, no falsifying data, and no unauthorized collaboratio