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Will suspension stop you from graduation?

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[OP]
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Mar 6, 2017
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Will suspension stop you from graduation?

There is a case a student gets a suspension sanction while he has already got enough credits. As far as I understand, suspension merely means you cannot register for courses. It is not supposed to be something delays your graduation in this case. Am I right?
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Newbie
Jun 11, 2012
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Was suspended every year from K-12 and expelled twice, drop out once, but this did not prevent my graduation.

Might stop the student from attending graduation ceremony but shouldn't prevent actual graduation.
Sr. Member
Nov 9, 2011
764 posts
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Toronto
You may want to check with your school. But I think unless you are expelled, you should be able to graduate. And it also depends on the situation, and why you got suspended.
[OP]
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Mar 6, 2017
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technovert wrote: Was suspended every year from K-12 and expelled twice, drop out once, but this did not prevent my graduation.

Might stop the student from attending graduation ceremony but shouldn't prevent actual graduation.
The suspension even comes into effect after the convocation.
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Dec 16, 2015
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FlamingShark wrote: There is a case a student gets a suspension sanction while he has already got enough credits. As far as I understand, suspension merely means you cannot register for courses. It is not supposed to be something delays your graduation in this case. Am I right?
What did u do?

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