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Under what circumstances would a University revoke a student's undergraduate bachelor's degree if something was discovered after the degree was awarded, but actually happened when the student was still enrolled in the University?
Is there any examples of degrees being revoked? If so, what types of academic misconduct would justify this?
What types of alleged offences would be able to be proven after the fact?
Would the blame be placed on the University since it would have been beneficial for the student to remediate their situation to plan and still graduate at his/her desired date if it were addressed at the proper time?
Would a student be able to sue the University for something like this?
Question is kind of vague but any general insight is helpful.
This is asked in regards to a typical person doing an undergrad, not unique stories regarding celebrities and/or high-end people getting doctorate degrees revoked for non-academic reasons. Only purely academic and the steps/reasoning for why it happened, not just what the allegation was.