Penn is suing big-biz grads for $3.3k in unpaid college tuition

You are Penn Pincher.

The University of Pennsylvania is suing an alum who skipped $3,361.01 in tuition 11 years ago.

Morgan Griff, 33, graduated from Penn in 2011 but still owes an amount that would hardly pay a term meal plan today, according to the Ivy League Institution’s lawsuit in the Manhattan Supreme Court.

The sum is small for Penn, whose endowments totaled $20.5 billion in 2021.

But that shouldn’t be a problem for Griff either, as LinkedIn says he’s an executive director at Japanese financial conglomerate Nomura. It’s a job that averages about $235,000 a year — plus another $150,000 in bonuses and stock, according to workplace auditor Glassdoor.

The former Sigma Chi fraternity brother lives on the 50th floor of a luxury Tribeca building that was last listed for $6,420 a month, records show.

Students walk between classes at Wynn Commons on the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States, September 25, 2017.
Griff was a brother of the Sigma Chi fraternity during his time on campus.
REUTERS/Charles Mostoller

Neither Griff nor his alma mater returned any messages. Penn is suing big-biz grads for $3.3k in unpaid college tuition


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