Withdrawal of a Degree
Carnegie Mellon University Policy on Withdrawal of a Degree
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This Policy appears in the current issue of the Student Handbook/The Word.
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Questions on Policy content should be directed to the vice president and dean, Office of Student Affairs, ext. 8-2075.
The university can withdraw a degree if the work or the academic records in support of it had been falsified.
The university reserves the right to withdraw a degree even though it has been granted should there be discovery that the work upon which it was based or the academic records in support of it had been falsified. In such a case the degree will be withdrawn promptly upon discovery of the falsification.