USC To Reportedly Revoke Degrees Of Alumni Involved In College Scandal
The College admissions scandal has gotten so out of hand that USC officials are looking to revoke the degrees of alumni who were involved in the admissions bribing scheme.
Following the news that over 50 high-profile parents, including Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, had been involved in a fraudulent scheme to get their children into top schools, USC began their investigation into college admissions. They discovered that at least eight alumni got into their college by using the scheme.
Sources close to the investigation revealed to TMZ that USC officials are looking to revoke degrees of alums who gained admission by fraud.
As of now, the investigation is ongoing and USC has also hired an outside auditing agency so that they can resolve the fraudulent admissions cases in two to three weeks.
Many students claim that they were unaware of how they got into these schools, despite being awarded scholarships for sports that they did not play. One student was even suicidal over the scandal and is currently receiving counseling.