A New York City woman is ticked off she can’t find a job. So, she is suing the college where she earned a bachelor’s degree. She filed a lawsuit in Bronx Supreme Court seeking the $70,000+ she spent on tuition.
“They’re supposed to say, ‘I got this student, her attendance is good, her GPA is all right — can you interview this person?’ They’re not doing that,” she said.
She suggested that Monroe’s Office of Career Advancement shows preferential treatment to students with excellent grades. “They favor more toward students that got a 4.0. They help them more out with the job placement,” she said. She had a 2.7 gpa.
Asked whether she would advise other college graduates facing job woes to sue their alma maters,the woman said;
“It doesn’t make any sense: They went to school for four years, and then they come out working at McDonald’s and Payless. That’s not what they planned.