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University of Phoenix Under Fire From Student Veterans

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An advocate group for veterans who are working toward their degree has started a petition on Change.org titled “Students, Not Stadiums.”  Its aim is to make the University of Phoenix drop its multimillion dollar sponsorship of the Arizona Cardinals football stadium and spend the money on education instead. The Veterans’ Student Loan Relief Fund provides [...]

Parent Company of For-Profit Colleges Settles Lawsuit By Investors

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Education Management Corp., the parent company of well-known for-profit school The Art Institutes, has settled a lawsuit brought by shareholders who claim the company lied to them about complying with federal and state education laws . According to recent court documents, EDMC has agreed to pay investors $2.5 million in the settlement, which still has [...]

It’s Time For Congress To Get Tough On For-Profit Colleges

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The Great Recession prompted many people who were laid off to look into enrolling in college as a way of increasing their chances of finding a job. Since public schools around the nation were facing huge cuts in their funding due to the economic collapse, they were unable to meet the demands of hundreds of [...]

Sallie Mae Spinoff Facing Lawsuit Over Student Loans

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In 2014, student loan behemoth Sallie Mae announced that it would spinoff a new company to originate its federally guaranteed education loans. The company would be called Navient and in its brief existence, it has already been investigated by no less than four federal agencies for questionable business practices, including taking advantage of their military [...]

Business Practices of For-Profit College are Questioned Once Again

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If you thought that Apollo Education Group, the parent company of the University of Phoenix, was finally out of hot water with the authorities these days, think again. Apollo is now facing an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, just as the Higher Learning Commission has finally lifted the “Notice” status it placed on the [...]

Westwood Colleges Fraud and Lawsuit Complaints

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redatory sales practices, fraud, and scamming students are what has hit the fan for Westwood College, a for-profit institution who targeted vulnerable students trying to better their lives. Enrollment counsellors hit students with high pressure sales tactics , misleading information, inaccurate job placement and salary projections in order to boost enrollment at their college. Students [...]

Virginia College

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Vatterott College Fraud and Lawsuit Complaints

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Three former employees of Vatterott plead guilty in response to a federal indictment which had been filed February 5, 2009 in regards to claims that the individuals had committed fraud against the government. The former school officials admitted to conspiracy to commit fraud against the federal government by falsifying federal financial aid forms and [...]

University of the Rockies Fraud Complaints

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Fraud complaints concerning University of the Rockies are plentiful in online complaints boards from former students of the school. Students indicate that the for-profit university is taking advantage of those with disabilities to gain access to their federal funding and that their programs are nothing but a fraud. Claims that minorities are taken advantage of [...]

University of Phoenix Fraud and Lawsuit Complaints

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University of Phoenix may toot its horn declaring it is a great, convenient, work-at-your-own-pace education provider but that song they’re playing is beginning to fall on deaf ears. The volume of complaints, lawsuits, investigations, and poor reviews by current and former students is downright staggering. A 2009 lawsuit settlement saw UOP forking over $78.5 million [...]

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