By Tilynn King
On Wednesday, Nov. 18, three male students and one female student were escorted from professor Denise Dumars’ English class in room P123.
Dumars called campus security to her class because the students were reportedly disrupting the class during their session which led to them being escorted from the premises, according to Stacey Toda, associate director of public relations at LBCC.
The students will have a meeting with the office of student affairs before returning to Dumars English class to finish the end of the fall semester.
“Due to student and instructor privacy issues at this point, I will have to decline answering further questions until the Office of Student Affairs has completed its investigation,” said English Department head Rodney Rodriguez.
The female student who was removed claimed she was removed from the class because she was informed she was not registered for the fall course.