By Julian Conradson
As of Monday, Kyle Rittenhouse is no longer enrolled at Arizona State University’s online program.
A spokesperson for the university said that Rittenhouse, 18, is “not currently enrolled in any classes at ASU” and still “has not gone through the ASU admissions process,” according to Campus Reform.
Rittenhouse said he was taking online classes at ASU and in recent interviews, he had indicated that he would like to attend classes in-person – ASU had even previously confirmed he was enrolled as a ‘non-degree-seeking’ online student for the session that began in mid-October, even though the teen had not gone through the full admissions process.
The sudden change in Rittenhouse’s enrollment status comes just after a coalition of unhinged ASU students began pressuring the administration to “withdraw” Kyle Rittenhouse from the school’s online program, calling him a “violent blood-thirsty murderer.”
The groups issued a woke list of demands to campus leadership, including withdrawing Rittenhouse from enrollment, releasing a statement condemning Rittenhouse and white supremacy, reaffirming support for the Multicultural Center, and redirecting funding from ASU’s police department to the Multicultural Center.
Organizers also said Rittenhouse was “still guilty” and should be “held accountable” by not being permitted at the school.