Maryland Settles 2016 Case Against Sojourner-Douglass College

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced Wednesday he secured a $400,190 consent judgment against Sojourner-Douglass College in East Baltimore.

In November 2016, Frosh filed a lawsuit against the institution in an effort to collect $400,190 in state grants that were utilized inappropriately. The judgment resolves claims that the institution failed to report and misused funds allocated through the state’s Nursing Support Program II grant program.

“Sojourner-Douglass did not spend its grant money on activities that were authorized, nor did they even document what they had spent the money on,” said Attorney General Frosh. “State grant funds not used for the intended purpose must be returned.”

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