New Hampshire's Rivier University is promising students they will find jobs within nine months of graduation.
The university's new Employment Promise Program will be available to full-time undergraduates beginning with the class of 2020. Through the program, the university promises students that they will land a job within nine months of graduation, and if they do not, the school will either pay their federally subsidized students loans for up to a year or enroll them in up to six master's degree courses tuition-free.
The program includes a contract outlining goals and expectations, specialized academic and career plans and mentorship through the university's career development center.
Rivier, located in Nashua, has about 2,600 students.