Lax recordkeeping and oversight resulted in hundreds of degrees being awarded to students who didn’t finish their course work. Others enrolled who couldn’t speak English or hadn’t achieved the “C” average normally required for admission.
The audit report depicts Dickinson State as a diploma mill for foreign students, most of whom were Chinese. Of 410 foreign students who have received four-year degrees since 2003 – most of them in the past four years – 400 did not fulfill all the graduation requirements, it said.
Read more: Huffinton Post, February 10, 2012