Students accused in grades-for-cash scheme at California college

July 25, 2007
34 current and former students at Diablo Valley College have been charged.

Nearly three dozen current and former students at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Calif., have been charged with crimes in connection with a grade-changing scandal going back to 2000, Contra Costa prosecutors said today. The 34 defendants face various felony charges of fraudulent computer access and conspiracy and misdemeanor charges of fraudulent use of a diploma. The grade changing allegedly enabled some students to graduate from or transfer from the community college to universities.

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