http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32265981/ There's a couple of things you should understand when you consider this story. Monroe College has a campus not too far from where I live, and I've been by it a bunch of times. It's the kind of school known by many names, such as a subway college, a bootleg college, and some others I won't mention. They're private institutions (not community or junior colleges), and they offer degrees in fields such as massage therapy, information technology, and eBay, however that works. If you've ever been in a major city you've probably seen ads for them on the subway or bus. If you ask me, God bless anybody trying to get educated and improve themselves and their situation. But honestly, in this economy, there are major university graduates who can't get decent jobs. It's ridiculous that this woman should demand her tuition money back when she finds out she can't do anything with her IT degree from Monroe College. A wiser investment would have been community college or trade school. Not to mention, the Monroe College Career Center, far as I know, doesn't promise or guarantee to get all their graduates a job, they only promise to help. I don't know Trina Thompson but I'm not ruling out the possibility that part of her unemployment problem might be her fault. What do you think?