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I am a mother of two daughters of college age, so believe me when I tell you that I truly understand your frustration.
1. If your son is no longer a minor, then any lawsuit would have to be instituted by your son because he is the affected student. I understand your position implicitly because we, as parents, have a lot at stake because of the large financial commitment we make towards our children's education. However, you would not have standing to sue,
2. If the requirement that a student have a 3.0 average in order to graduate was in place at the time he started, then by entering the MBA program, he accepted all the terms, conditions, and requirements for graduation established by UNF. If UNF will not waive this requirement, it would be a wasting money to file a lawsuit because UNF can successfully argue that they established these requirements, they were in force when your son entered their MBA Program, by entering the MBA Program, all students are deemed to accept the requirements, and if they do not meet the requirements, they are not eligible for graduation.
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