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sounheardof

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so the judicial officer of my college wants to meet with me this week, due to 'concerns brought to [her] by a faculty member'... wtf?! i cant think of anything i've done that's been horribly wrong that i have to meet with authorit-ay about it.

has anyone ever had to have these kinda meetings? do they necessarily mean that i'm in trouble? oh fck :rolleyes:
 

JLXC

WTF's Official Conspiracy Fanatic
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Well if you're clean, then why worry? Just meet the folks, go in with a clear head, and listen to them. If they're wrong tell them so. It might not even be about you, they may want to ask you about other students you know. Since you're going to do it in any case, why stress it? If you get all stressed it can only make things worse. Chill.
 

magnolia

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sounheardof said:
so the judicial officer of my college wants to meet with me this week, due to 'concerns brought to [her] by a faculty member'... wtf?! i cant think of anything i've done that's been horribly wrong that i have to meet with authorit-ay about it.

has anyone ever had to have these kinda meetings? do they necessarily mean that i'm in trouble? oh fck :rolleyes:
maybe they just wanna drill you about something they think you might know about. I had that happen at high school a lot.
 

Darklight

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yeah with the witch hunt(patriot) act schools and stuff are allowed to grill kids and treat them like criminals by dragging them from classes and making it publically known they think they might be a threat... and only based on personality profiling..

Big Brother is watching you...
obey...
 

leehype

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I remember a story in penthouse forum that started this way...:rolleyes:


Don't worry about it. A common thing to do is to question people for no reason what so ever. Has anyone that you know of gotten in trobble latly?
If your honest, and you haven't done anything that the athority would have given you an asschewing over that you know of, you should be fine. Hell it might even be something like "We just wanted you to know that you have been doing so well that your going to be going to colige next year for free."

...relax...
 

UberSkippy

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Like everyone else said, just relax.

If it turns out to be something, don't offer up anything they can use. Yes or No answers work. If they want you to pee in a cup say no. Unless you're on a team or scholarship which allows them to compell. Otherwise you can suggest they get a warrant.

Don't be a jerk, be polite but don't be forthcoming. Be honest though. If things start getting dicey tell them that you would like to consult with an attorney/parental units.

But it probably isn't anything to worry about. They probably just have the wrong person. I had professors that wouldn't have recognized a student if we had name tags on.