20 Hilarious, Weird, and Downright Crazy Stories of People Who Were Expelled From College

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We all learn some life lessons as we get older. We all make mistakes along the way.

Some just make bigger, more consequential mistakes than others.

Like getting expelled from college, for example.

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I went to a private Christian University, and I have a friend who got expelled for supposedly exorcizing a demon out of someone in the middle of a wide-open courtyard.mattelias44

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I unintentionally got another student expelled. We were critiquing websites we had built when I noticed one that looked exactly like mine with a few tweaks. I popped open the source and noticed it was a line for line copy of my code with a few changes to the CSS. I brought it up to the professor to protect myself in case he noticed them (though I doubt I would have been suspected, mine was more cohesive. The changes he did make didn’t make the site appealing). Anyway, apparently, it was his 3rd time plagiarizing after twice you go “on trial” with the school. If you don’t get expelled then, a 3rd time is the nail in the coffin.Blackagar-Boltagon

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For being off campus with a member of the opposite sex without proper supervision. No, seriously.Fainer

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My roommate got expelled for basically never going to class, not even when there was an important exam. He spent all night smoking weed (with me) and playing video games (not with me), and then slept all day until about 5 PM. Like I would wake up, go to my 8:30 lecture, get lunch, go to lab 2-5, then come back to my room and my roommate was STILL sleeping! I found out the following summer that he had gotten a letter from the university asking him not to come back. Last I heard of him, he had enrolled at a commuter school, where he made the dean’s list.misterkro

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Heard this story of this dude who got kicked out for leaving on break to train with Al Qaeda[deleted]

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Expelled because my GPA dropped below the competitive level for the engineering school at my college. I was given the option of transferring to a different school (they recommended I go into the humanities) or be expelled. Well, thankfully I had a job from the previous summer that was willing to hire me on full time before this happened, so I took the expulsion and went to work full time. Since then, I’ve gotten my certifications and work in the trades doing fairly well for myself… So, yay?treboR_the_Great

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I had a friend who skipped all classes and failed everything because all he wanted to do was play LoL. He got a warning that if he didn’t get his grades up he would be suspended for a year. He got suspended. When he went back to the school a year later the same thing happened again. Now he can’t go back to that college again.A-trusty-pinecone

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I had a particularly rough semester and got D in a class that I had previously dropped after about a week the prior semester because my schedule was too busy then. Department rules say that you can’t attempt a class for credit more than twice (including drops) so I got kicked out of my major. I was 14 hours away from graduation at the time. The academic advisor said that I could either change my major, so basically start college all over, or fuck off for a year and then come back on probation. So I guess I’m not expelled per se but I’m taking an involuntary gap year.DickPuppet

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(obligatory I’m not an expelled college student but) I knew a guy who got expelled from an Ivy League for getting caught with too much cocaine. He works at California Pizza Kitchen now.Dont_be_stinky

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Personally knew a bright individual that was kicked out of a prestigious university for skipping too many classes. He showed up for the important classes, got A’s on all of the tests. But due to the fact that he had missed too many classes, he failed all of them. Must not have read that page of the handbook. He now works at the local grocery store and I see him when I come home on breaks.OpTic_Alien

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A kid who worked at my dining hall got expelled and presumably arrested for breaking into girls dorm rooms and watching them sleep. He had been doing it for a while because people were noticing their doors were unlocked in the morning. He got caught when he tickled a girl’s feet, she woke up and screamed, her roommate woke up and screamed, we all screamed and I picked up his shifts.VaginaDangerous

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Not me, but my best friend in college was expelled. He became a nasty drunk and threw a brick through his ex-girlfriend’s window. His rich parents bailed him out and got him into the college that they worked for. Years later, he is sober and recently got married. He’s probably still a f**knozzle thoughCheeseStandsAlone262

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NOT ME but happened to a teammate on my rowing team. He got busted for drinking which isn’t an expellable offense. But to get back at the RA that caught him, he s**t into a bag, went to the guy’s first-floor window, and threw it into the RA’s room. What made things worse is that the RA had a box fan in the window. The s**t hit it and sprayed everywhere in the room. Literally, the s**t hit the fan. He was promptly expelled. –heiderm2

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This is not my story. It’s the story of a classmate. We will nickname him The Idiot. The Idiot was the top student in my promo in journalism school. This was a good school, known to create good journalists. This was because we had four mandatory internships, in four different medias. The school already have partnership with said medias, and choose the internship for you, based on your preferences, your skills, and your results. The Idiot got the best internship there was, at my country most important newspaper. (Think something like The New York Times) 3 weeks into it, The Idiot is caught for plagiarism. He is fired from the internship and immediately expelled from the school, in shame.throwawayjsc

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I got kicked out of BYU (the Mormon private university) for not going to church. You have to maintain 80% church attendance alongside a whole slew of things or your local religious leader can “pull your ecclesiastical endorsement” which gives you the ok to keep attending. I had stopped believing in the Mormon faith my senior year of high school but only applied to BYU because I loved the sports program and thought I could fake it for 4 years so I could get sweet student section tickets. Only applying to one college, a religious school, entirely for cheap sports tickets was a terrible mistake.baconrising

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Not me, but a friend, let’s call him Ben, was expelled his sophomore year. Ben came from a very conservative Christian family. His father and grandfather were pastors. Ben went to the same religious college they did. That college had strict rules about dressing modestly and fraternization of opposite sexes. If I recall, there were different levels allowed that depended on age/role at school. Ben was caught off campus seeing a movie with a girl. Apparently, they should have had a chaperone. I think it was also not the first time he had broken the rules. Ben was promptly expelled. His parents were so upset they sent him on a year-long mission overseas.rapunzelsfryingpan

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I was expelled from all college residences for stumbling home from the pub, finding an unlocked door in the food hall, taking 3 10 litre tubs of ice cream and going around on a bike blasting Greensleeves pretending to be an ice-cream truck at 2 am.Music_Is_Crap

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Obligatory not me, but my girlfriend. Her university expelled a bunch of students who talked to their friends about their depression and thoughts of self-harm. Seriously. This ass-backwards university discriminated against a ton of students with mental illness and are now being investigated by the Department of Justice.zoid11

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Got caught sitting in a study room alone with a woman, who was quietly studying as well and we didn’t even know each other. I go to college in a conservative country where men and women intermingling is considered taboo.CheatingOutlaw

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I peed onto a rival fraternity’s back porch. The lights were off at their house, so I didn’t know they were all inside having movie night. They all saw.Jermine1269 Share this on Facebook with your most degenerate friend!

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