Steinberg applied to the Chicago Medical School, paying the required $15 application fee. He was…

Steinberg applied to the Chicago Medical School, paying the required $15 application fee. He was later notified that his application was rejected. He sued the school for breach of contract, claiming that the school did not evaluate his application according to the academic entrance criteria printed in the college’s informational brochure. He claimed that the medical school instead made its decisions on criteria that were not listed in the brochure, such as the ability to pledge large sums of money to the school. Was there a contract formed between the college and Steinberg to review his application based on the criteria in the informational brochure? (Steinberg v. Chicago Medical School, 41 Ill. App.2d 804,354 N.E.2d 58)

 

 

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