Brooklyn Law School To Give Unemployed Grads Money Back
No, it’s not a clerical error.
Brooklyn Law School said Monday that it will refund graduates 15 percent of the total they paid in tuition if they are still searching for a job nine months after receiving their degree. The program is called “Bridge to Success” and will begin with the incoming class of 2015.
The payment will be made in a lump sum and is meant to act as a safety net that will help give students more time to find “meaningful, full-time employment,” the school said in a statement.