Yale University isn't just any school. It's among the most prestigious institutions of higher education in the world. The faculty is filled with people who are at the very top of their fields. The curriculum is challenging; courses are rigorous. A degree from here means something.
That's the real trick, though, isn't it? Getting the degree. By the time you graduate, you'll be ready for whatever the world might throw at you, but getting to graduation is sometimes easier said than done. A lot can happen over four years—life is bound to intervene at times, and it can sometimes throw your academic career into total disarray.
A bad semester or two or a poor life decision doesn't have to mean the end of your dreams. If you should find yourself facing dismissal at Yale, there is help available. National Student Defense attorney-advisor, Joseph D. Lento, has the background and experience to help you deal with virtually any issue that might come up for you as a student. He knows Yale's judicial processes; he's skilled at negotiating with faculty and administrators; he's spent years helping students just like you defend themselves from all types of charges. You worked hard to get to this point. Don't let all that hard work go to waste. Make sure you have Joseph D. Lento on your side if your future is in jeopardy.
Reasons for Dismissal at Yale University
You may feel secure about your place at Yale, but the fact is, your tenure here is always tenuous at best. There are a whole host of reasons why the school might try to dismiss you. For the most part, these can be grouped into four categories.
· Academic Performance: As you might expect, Yale sets high standards for coursework. Classes here are tough, and if you want to move forward from one year to the next, you have to meet the school's requirements for “good academic standing.” Specifically, you must complete at least four credits each semester