Graduates cannot find job, sue the alma mater

This is hilarious.

Only three months after graduating, a Monroe College graduate sues her alma mater for the full cost of her four year tuition plus compensation for “stress” because, like so many other Americans right now, she can’t find a job.

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Correct me if I am wrong but isn’t a college that provides education, not a job? A good lawyer could probably tell her that. Then again, the article mentioned that:

Thompson says she has not hired an attorney to represent her because she cannot afford one. When she filed her complaint, she also filed a “poor person order,” which exempts her from filing fees associated with the lawsuit.

Besides that she’s suing the college for tuition fees and $2,000 for her stress and suffering of not having a job for 3 months.


I know of people who graduated from NUS and NTU and did not any jobs for more than a year. I think she is being choosy, since her GPA is … 2.7 ! 🙂

103 replies on “Graduates cannot find job, sue the alma mater”

not choosy…think too highly of herself…*rolls eyes* aku ni yg takde degree, took half a yr 2 get a job after quit teaching…some people…blame everyone but themselves…sheesh

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