What does probation entail?

If a student is found responsible at their college or university and placed on probation, probation generally would mean that the student has to walk a fine line. They can not get into any further problems or have any further problems or issues while on probation. Generally, if a student has another conduct charge or violation while on probation, the school would automatically take action against them, which say could include an automatic suspension or even an automatic expulsion in say more extreme cases. So, if a student is placed on probation, the person has to be mindful to not have any future problems while on probation or really at any point during the course of their college career.

Probation can also affect future opportunities, internships, employment, graduate school applications, because it will be on a student's disciplinary record and may have to be disclosed during an application process. So, probation, it is a serious matter. Steps should be taken, if at all possible, to avoid [inaudible 00:00:59] responsibility, so a person does not have to deal with the attendant consequences. An experienced attorney advisor can help.

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