Kyle Rittenhouse no longer enrolled at Arizona State University following acquittal

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Kyle Rittenhouse is no longer enrolled at Arizona State University, where, despite a court acquittal of all charges, left-leaning student groups rallied to kick the teen out of his studies.

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University officials told The Post on Tuesday that 18-year-old Rittenhouse was no longer taking any classes.

“Kyle Rittenhouse has not gone through the ASU admissions process,” a university spokesman said in an email. “University records show that she is not currently enrolled in any classes at ASU.”


Rittenhouse testified at his trial on November 10 that he was studying nursing at ASU.

The university confirmed earlier this month that Rittenhouse was taking classes as an online student for its session beginning October 13, but was not enrolled in the Edson College of Nursing and Health.

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Following Rittenhouse’s testimony in court, four groups — led by Students for Socialism ASU — planned a rally Wednesday to boot Rittenhouse, which they blasted as a “white supremacist.”

Kyle Rittenhouse said he was studying nursing at Arizona State University in Tempe.
Shawn Krajasic/Kenosha News via AP, Poole, FILE

Student groups are still expected to protest on the Tempe campus, where they will now call on ASU to deny “further admission” to the school.

The students also want the university to issue a statement against white supremacy, while denouncing Rittenhouse as a “racist killer.” according to the demands of the groups — despite the juvenile’s acquittal of all charges of triple shooting during the Kenosha, Wisconsin riots last year.

The jury admitted that he was defending himself after the attack.

“Even with a not-guilty verdict from a flawed ‘justice’ system – Kyle Rittenhouse is still guilty in the public eye,” the groups said in a statement Monday. “Join us and demand ASU to fulfill these demands to save the students from the violent, bloodthirsty killer.”

ASU spokesman Jay Thorne declined to comment on Wednesday’s planned protest or petition, Arizona Republic reported, Rittenhouse can still reapply to take courses at ASU at a later date, the spokesperson said.

“Any eligible person may apply for admission,” continued Thorne’s email to the newspaper.

Thorne previously stated that ASU does not inquire about a candidate’s criminal history during the admissions process or for taking online classes, so Rittenhouse could continue to take online classes even if he was found guilty and sent to prison. have gone

Several left-leaning student organizations at Arizona State University are demanding that their administration "withdraw" Kyle Rittenhouse from the university.
Several student groups labeled Kyle Rittenhouse a “racist killer” amid rallies against him at Arizona State University.
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rittenhouse told NewsNation’s Ashley Banfield last week He took a “compassionate withdrawal” from two ASU classes, being “overwhelmed” with his upcoming test, but said he plans to enroll again.

rittenhouse Also told Granthshala News last week He hoped to study nursing or law on ASU’s campus as part of a “quiet, stress-free” life.

“I would,” he asked Tucker Carlson if he expected to be on campus. “There are a lot of things we need to look into, so I don’t know for sure yet. But I intend to go off campus and pursue a career in nursing. I can change that. I’m looking into the law. I’m a lawyer.” I want to be. I haven’t fully decided yet.

“But I see – I want to be a nurse, so I’m fulfilling the prerequisites for that.”


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