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Hello, I am currently a freshman at Emory University. I plan on applying to the business school next year. Unfortunately, I've been written up a whopping 6 times, one of which was expunged due to medical amnesty. Most of these write ups are very minor. I was a witness in one, and I had a lounge chair in my dorm room for the other. The rest had to do with alcohol and marijuana. I have talked to my res life director multiple times for up to an hour and I can tell he doesn't want me to get in too much trouble with the school. With that being said, how likely is it that I will be suspended from Emory? While getting kicked out of the residence hall would suck, I would much rather have that happen than be booted from such a great institution. Thank you for taking the time to read this.27 replies
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