College Admission Standards Are Tough Even When You Don't Have An Arrest Record

Just because you were arrested in the past doesn’t mean the college you’re applying to needs to know about it.

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ATTENTION COLLEGE AND GRAD APPLICANTS...
CRIMINAL ARREST RECORDS DESTROY HOPES, DREAMS, AND FUTURES

Colleges and universities routinely ask applicants about their criminal arrest history.Graduate and doctoral programs are even more selective regarding their applicant’s personal history.

If that personal history contains an arrest record, then you are just asking them to deny your admissions application. Not fair, but true.

Even if your criminal arrest record does not deny you admission into the college of your choice, it can negatively impact whether you will receive grants, scholarships and other financial aid that you so desperately deserve.

Some colleges will not allow students with a criminal history to live on campus or compete for work-study programs.

But, it doesn’t have to be that way….TAKE ACTION!

Criminal Background Checks On College Applications Are a Fact of Life

Highly qualified people are denied admission every day because of their criminal arrest history.

  • There is a Legal Process That Erases Criminal Arrest Records

    It’s called seal/expunging a criminal history. When your record is sealed or expunged, you can answer “no” to being arrested on bank loan applications.

  • Florida Law Allows Persons Whose Record Was Sealed or Expunged to Deny Having a Criminal Record.

    That means you can legally deny being arrested. You can literally ERASE YOUR CASE.

Don’t Try to Explain Away Your Arrest On Your College Application

Highly qualified people are denied admission every day because of their criminal arrest history.

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