According to a complaint by one Mississippi College senior, school administrators deemed him a threat to himself and others before unjustly suspending him. Jeremy Rawls, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served two tours in Iraq, returned home with a goal of continuing his education. He told Campus Reform that he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder following his military service and, as a result, must register as a disabled student prior to each new semester at Mississippi College.

Part of that process, he explained, involved visiting a campus counselor who, upon meeting with him for the first time, was dressed in Islamic attire.

Due to his protracted recovery from a recent surgery, Rawls said his paperwork was late prior to the beginning of the latest semester.

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