I have a general question regarding the Dean's Letter. I graduated in May of 2010 from my undergraduate university and plan to apply to law schools for admission in the fall of 2011. During the first two years of undergrad, I was cited numerous times for minor breaches of the student honor council. According to my university's student records policy, the file containing records of those incidents was destroyed upon my successful graduation. I am confident that my dean was likely unaware of any of the incidents, but there are a few administrators who would remember my name.
So I am wondering, will Dean's Certifications most likely be sent to my actual academic dean, or to student conduct/affairs administrators?
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Call and ask your school anonymously. I imagine that every school has its own process, so that is most likely the only way to find out. And if this is something stressing you out, you should want the most accurate information possible.
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