Law student, worried about debt, wants his money back

Boston College law School
Boston College law School

Frustrated by high debt, poor job prospects and his wife's pregnancy, a Boston College Law School student has offered to quit school in exchange for a tuition refund.

The student, who is in his third year, spelled out his concerns in an "Open Letter" to George D. Brown, the school's interim dean, posted on the website of EagleiOnline, the Boston College Law School student newspaper. His name was not disclosed but his story probably is not unusual.