Stanford rescinds admission of student who faked sailing credentials

The female student who was not recruited as an athlete has not been named, but Stanford said she is no longer on campus and has vacated any credits that she received.
1:10 | 04/08/19

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Transcript for Stanford rescinds admission of student who faked sailing credentials
Also this morning, there are new developments in the college admissions scandal. A student has been expelled from Stanford in connection with the case. Linsey Davis is here. This is one of the first students to be expelled in this case? Reporter: That's right. Good morning to you, janai. One of the first confirmed explugss of a student enrolled and attending classes. Stanford says they are rescinded admittance to a female student. The student is though longer on campus. They have vacated her credits. According to the school newspaper, after she was admitted, a $500,000 contribution was made to the sailing prap through the sailing coach. He was fired last month. And last week, we saw about a dozen parents in court in connection with this case. This week, the man accused of taking some tests for the students is in court? Reporter: That's right. Mark Riddell is expected to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and money laupderring on Friday. Now to a thrilling finish. Baylor taking the title.

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