University responds to lawsuit against Rutgers Business School
In response to a lawsuit filed against Rutgers Business School, Rutgers University has released the following statement (updated 4/12/22):
Rutgers Business School Statement:
As a matter of university policy, we are unable to comment on the specifics of litigation. We will say without equivocation, however, that we take seriously our obligation to accurately report data and other information to ranking and reporting agencies.
We are confident in our process and procedures to accurately report to rankings publications. The Rutgers Business School team follows the guidelines set by the standards agencies, maintains control over our statistics and methodically reports the information. In submitting employment statistics to rankings agencies, Rutgers Business School is confident that it conforms to the MBA Career Services and Employer Alliance (MBACSEA) guidelines and similarly follows the National Undergraduate Business Symposium (NUBS) and the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) guidelines.
As a public business school, a core tenet of our mission is to educate and prepare students for successful careers. Rutgers Business School invests heavily in the career resources offered to our students. Through our dedicated Office of Career Management, we prepare students for career opportunities aligned with their goals, knowledge, and skills. We consider this as one of our core differentiators as a business school. Our faculty, program and curriculum innovations, case competitions, alumni mentoring, corporate partnerships, and experiential learning projects all help contribute to an exceptional business school experience for our students.
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