Mary­land at­tor­ney gen­eral sues So­journer-Dou­glass

Baltimore Sun - - MARYLAND NATION & WORLD -

Mary­land’s at­tor­ney gen­eral has sued So­journ­erDou­glass Col­lege to ac­count for or re­pay about $400,000 in state grants that the school, which closed last year, al­legedly had not used for au­tho­rized pur­poses. The of­fice, which filed suit in Bal­ti­more Cir­cuit Court, is seek­ing full doc­u­men­ta­tion of how the col­lege spent three grants awarded to its nurs­ing pro­gram, At­tor­ney Gen­eral Brian E. Frosh said Fri­day in a state­ment. The col­lege, lo­cated in East Bal­ti­more, closed last sum­mer af­ter los­ing its ac­cred­i­ta­tion and strug­gling fi­nan­cially for years. Its pres­i­dent, Charles W. Sim­mons, said Fri­day that he was un­aware of a prob­lem with the state grants. He said the school con­tin­ues to work on re­open­ing.

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