I was denied the right to go to college to further my education by fullsail university because of my charges after they

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Customer: I was denied the right to go to college to further my education by fullsail university because of my charges after they had several times told me that I would ha e no problem getting in because of my charges
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Unfortunately, you do not have a legal right to higher education. Universities can and do reject many applicants per year for various reasons. Denying an applicant due to their criminal background or previous charges is not illegal and it is not the type of discrimination that you could sue for.

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Got it so pretty much they are allowed to lie to me and tell me everything is okay and then not let me in
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I'm not suggesting that is right or fair, but it isn't illegal.

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No I cldo not have $59 to give anyone 4ight now
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Do you have any additional questions for me at this time?

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No it was just that one
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I really wanted to get that degree now I have no clue what to do with my life
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I'm sorry to hear that.

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