An official spokesperson gave no further information about the student.
Mastermind of the scheme, Rick Singer, collaborates with prosecutors and has pleaded guilty to accusations of racketeering, money laundering, conspiracy to defeat the United States and the prevention of justice.
Little is known about the identity of the Yale student who was admitted. The student is only identified in legal documents such as "Yale Applicant 1
The plaintiff's parents paid $ 1.2 million to Singer for the Spring and Summer 2018 event, and Singer sent Meredith a $ 400,000 check after the applicant joined Yale. The parents are not named in the complaint.
In April 2018, Meredith requested bribery from another applicant's father, but the meeting was an FBI set-up according to legal documents. He began collaborating with federal investigators that same month and resigned as a coach in November 2018.
"In the rare occasion where Yale receives a claim that a current student included false information in an application, Yale allows the student to process the claim," the website said.
"If Yale states that the claim is true, the student's enrollment will be terminated, based on the language of the application, requiring applicants to confirm that everything in the application is true and complete."
Yale spokesman Tom Conroy said last week there will be no delay in academy decisions 2019-2020 despite the scandal.