What would make Fordham revoke an acceptance?

<p>Hi! I was accepted to Fordham yesterday and I'm thrilled about it! I've tried to do research on this topic but found nothing, so I thought I'd ask you all: what would make Fordham revoke an acceptance? I know that slacking off senior year is a bad idea and I don't plan on it, but recently I've been struggling in one of my classes and I wanted to know whether Fordham is known for revoking acceptances. I'm not failing this class by any stretch, but the thought of having my acceptance revoked is terrifying regardless. Thanks for your time!</p>

<p>Don't panic. My sense is that you really have to drop off the cliff grade-wise for a college to revoke an acceptance. I think a certain level of "senior slump" is almost expected. And I don't think it is a problem if one class is particularly difficult (especially if it is a high level class) and you don't great. Just keep working, do your best, and you should be fine.</p>

<p>Ahh, that's a relief! Thank you!</p>

<p>I think any disclipanary issue would be an issue.</p>

<p>All students accepted to Fordham are contingent on graduating high school and passing their courses. All your grades from this semester and spring semester must be sent to them. If you have a bad semester in one class (and by that I mean D or F), it likely won't affect the outcome and cause them to rescind, particularly if you have enough credits to graduate. My guess would be it has to be an overall problem of slacking off and failing most of your classes. </p>

<p>A serious disciplinary problem would also do it. </p>

<p>Its rare, but it does happen.</p>

<p>Just my opinion, but Fordham prides itself on the good character of its students, and what might be a disciplanary issue that would be foregiven at other schools might not be foregiven at Fordham.</p>