« on: June 26, 2006, 09:18:03 PM »
I was issued a citation for underage drinking when I was young and didn't disclose it on my app to Widener. After realizing my mistake I mentioned it to them and they were completly cool with it, they say that only crimes that would keep you from the character and fitness from the bar will hurt your admission. Unless you're trying to hide something, which in PA (where I will take the bar) is a near automatic permanent rejection. They said that at orientation the dean will say something about ammending an app and there's a line out the door of her office that afternoon. The ealier you disclose the better, it won't hurt you unless it shows a pattern of lawlessness, or is a felony conviction.