Earlier this week we told you about the nationwide college cheating scam that involves Hollywood stars Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin and 48 other parents, coaches and standardized test administrators.
They are accused of participating in a scheme to cheat on college admission tests and admitting students to prestigious institutions as athletes, regardless of their abilities.
Some parents spent between $200,000 and $6.5 million to guarantee admissions for their children.
Prosecutors say the scandal is the largest college admission scam ever prosecuted.
Several colleges were involved including the University of Southern California.
On Wednesday a spokesperson for USC said all student applicants connected to the cheating scheme will be denied admission.
A case-by-case review will be conducted for students who are already enrolled and may be connected to the scheme.
Officials say the students may not have known about their parents alleged acts.
However some students may face charges down the road.
Officials at the universities involved say they also have to find out if honest, genuinely talented and qualified students were denied entry in lieu of the students admitted through fraud.