Former Student Sues University Over C+

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A woman who graduated from Lehigh University is suing the school for $1.3 million because of a C+, Daily Mail is reporting.

Megan Thode, 27, wanted to become a professional counselor, but said the grade prohibited her from being able to do so because she needed a B.

She went to school for free because her father works there, according to reports.

Thode is accusing the school of breach of contract and sexual discrimination, according to Daily Mail.

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