A graduate of Lehigh University who attended the private Pennsylvania college for free because her father is a professor there is suing the school because she received a C+ in a class.
Megan Thode claims the poor grade prevented her from being eligible to become a professional counselor.
The 27-year-old is alleging breach of contract and sexual discrimination and is seeking $1.3 million in damages.
Thode was a student in the College of Education in 2009, when she was in her final year of a master's in counseling and human services. The program is offered in the College of Education.
She needed to earn a B in a fieldwork course in order to progress and finish her degree. But she only received a C+ in the class, when her professor, Amanda Carr, gave her a score of zero for classroom participation.
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