There have been stories recently of students who were expelled from university for derogatory things they said online. It got me wondering if a student would be expelled for saying something derogatory online, except when they were a minor. In this scenario the student wouldn't have been 17 (right before they entered college) but more around the age of 13-15 when they made the comments (many years before enrolling).
I know this probably depends on each university's own code of conduct, but I have no specific institution in mind. Answers based off your own university are fine, and I'm more interested in Canadian universities (although members of universities in the US, Europe, etc are also welcomed to share any info).
To me it doesn't make much sense for a student to be punished for something they said years ago as a young teenager, but I digress.