College Admissions Fraud and Bribery

Reward: $10,000
areas of scrutiny: Texas higher education
location: Texas

Federal prosecutors have indicted 50 people, including coaches and high-profile parents, in a wide-ranging college admissions bribery scheme.  Three Texas residents have been charged and arrested, including the head tennis coach of the University of Texas at Austin, raising questions as to how pervasive these practices are in Texas.

If you have information regarding collegiate admission irregularities or conduct which subverted the legitimate admissions processes at Texas colleges or universities, send us a tip online in order to be eligible for a reward up to $10,000.

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Tips directly to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and information that substantively contributes to the prosecution of government-related offenses may be eligible for a reward. Crime Stoppers pays rewards in cash but only to the first person who provides an anonymous, crime-solving tip submitted directly to Crime Stoppers and that concerns information not previously provided to or known by authorities.

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