tkgrrett wrote:naterj wrote:tkgrrett wrote:Dude you really have no idea what you are talking about..
These days underage drinking violations are not an accurate indicator of a future problem.. Many people(including administrators) are so locked into the "OMG drugs/alcohol will destroy the world" thinking that they are sending people to hospitals/addiction centers and writing underage drinking tickets for BACs of .02. Yeah the hospitalization looks bad but sometimes crap just happens.. it doesnt have to mean he is going to be a huge addict after college.
Regardless, I know that at least 2 of the top 14 disagrees with the evaluation that these underage drinking incidents indicate a huge risk to the university.
Dude if OP only had a few underage drinking tickets the likelihood of a substance abuse problem might be slight but OP has two hospitalizations already and he/she isn't even of legal drinking age.
I do not know OPs complete history or the circumstances surrounding those two incidents, but from the information at hand, I would say there are some major warning signs of substance abuse issues.