Suspension of Medical Student Not Disturbed

Ku v. Tennessee, 322 F.3d 431 (6th Cir. 2003), cert. denied, 124 S. Ct. 325 (2003)

The Supreme Court declined to review a ruling of the Sixth Circuit that upheld the suspension of a medical student at a state university for what the student claimed was a suspected behavioral or psychological disorder.  The Sixth Circuit held that due process was satisfied when the student was fully informed of the faculty's dissatisfaction with the student's academic progress and when the decision to suspend had been careful and deliberate...

Found in DMHL Volume 23 Issue 1