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Did the university provide you the remedies as outlined in their student handbook or rules for appeals?
Due process is a concept that is for cases against the government, not against a private institution, so that is why I need to know if they followed their rules for appeals?
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If the university followed their appeals process and you have been denied, then your only remaining recourse is filing suit in court for breach of contract and to seek to vacate their administrative decision based on it being obtained by fraud. This means you have to bring in witnesses and evidence to court to show that the grounds they used for removal from the program were false and/or that they did not follow the proper process set forth in their rules to remove you from the university.
This means you will need to hire a local attorney to represent you and file your suit in the court to get the process started and you need to get your witnesses together to show that the reason the school used to eject you were not factual to overcome the school's administrative decision.
That is your sole remaining recourse based on the information you have provided us.