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See how your sentence looks with different synonyms. The probation applies to her medical license, which could be revoked if she does not follow the terms of the probation. The Tallahassee Democrat reported McDade reportedly pleaded with a judge for mental health treatment after his arrest on a probation violation. By the end of the fall semester, I was on academic probation and I had received a final warning for my attendance at my job. I will set a curb upon my impatience afterwards, and go through my period of ah— probation without murmuring.
As a result, the university was placed on probation by its accrediting agency. An internal investigation by the university released in and another investigation commissioned by former North Carolina governor Jim Martin in found numerous academic and ethical issues with the AFAM department, including unauthorized grade changes and faculty signatures, a disproportionate number of independent study class offerings relative to other departments, and an over-representation of student-athletes enrolled in such classes. Then in began charges and counter-charges between university officials and former learning specialist Mary Willingham, including disputes about statistics and methods of analysis by Willingham alleging that certain student-athletes were not academically qualified for college. Losing accreditation would have resulted in the loss of any federal funding or support.