Students ousted from dorms because of bad grades

Feb. 13, 2008
SUNY at Old Westbury evicts 87 students with GPAs below 2.0

The State University of New York at Old Westbury campus has kicked 87 students out of its residence halls for the second semester because their grade point averages had fallen below 2.0. The crackdown--which for the first time enforced a policy that had been adopted in 1994--is intended to boost academic performance at Old Westbury, a small state school on Long Island.

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