While the future of Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli is uncertain due to their alleged involvement in the university admissions scandal, the academic fate of their daughters at the University of Southern California has also been questioned.
USC said in a statement that students involved in so-called scams of fraud and corruption will not be able to withdraw from school and that their situation will be considered on a case by case basis.
"USC has determined which candidates in the current intake cycle are related to the alleged system and they will be denied admission." A case-by-case examination of current students likely to be connected to the alleged system is We will also make informed decisions on these cases as the exams are completed, "the college wrote on its website.
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"USC has put pending student accounts likely to be associated with the so-called ploy admission," said the statement. "This prevents students from registering for courses (as long as they have not agreed to participate in the review of their case), withdrawing from the university or obtaining transcripts while their cases are in exam course. "
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USC, like other universities in the country, enforces a federal law on the confidentiality of student records, the 1974 Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, often referred to as FERPA. At FERPA, personally identifiable information contained in an educational record may not be disclosed without the prior written consent of the student. "
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Loughlin, 54, and Giannulli, 55, were arrested last month for allegedly bribing their daughters to USC for $ 500,000 each. The actress "Fuller House" and the fashion designer have paid William "Rick" Singer for his daughters Isabella and Olivia Jade, a star of YouTube, are recruited in the crew of the USC while the girls are not dieted.
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USC writes: "An internal investigation is underway, including a thorough review of the student athlete admissions process, and we continue to update our procedures for the review of student athlete admissions."
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Giannulli and Loughlin were each released with bonds of one million dollars. They appeared in court last Wednesday and handed in their passports. They have not yet appealed and are facing jail time.