Rowan Student Avoids Jail Time for Changing Grades

A former Rowan University student was sentenced to two years probation after he broke into the registrar's office and changed his grades. As part of a deal with prosecutors, Kaustubh Shroff pleaded guilty to a computer crimes charge.

The 22-year-old allegedly broke into the office four times to download software, steal login information and change his grades. He ended up getting expelled from Rowan after he was caught.

Here's some advice for any students thinking of following in Shroff's footsteps: accept the professor's decision and retake the classes for a better grade. Going to jail looks a lot worse than having a low GPA.

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