California Awarded $1 Billion Vs. Defunct Corinthian CollegesA San Francisco Superior Court judge is awarding California a nearly $1.2 billion default judgment against the bankrupt operator of for-profit colleges.
Department Of Justice's Corinthian College PageSome Corinthian students may have the right to a refund of their tuition money through a student loan discharge or through a reimbursement of funds. Click on the link to learn more.
Assembly Bill Would Waive Community College Fees For Corinthian Colleges StudentsThe college chain abruptly closed 28 campuses across the country last month after the U.S. Department of Education announced $30 million in fines for misrepresentation.
Heald Teachers Making Sure Their Students Get A GraduationFormer criminal justice instructor Nancy Brakensiek was just as surprised as her students when Heald College announced it was closing.
Some Corinthian Students May Get Loans Forgiven - Under One ConditionA top education official said Wednesday that the 16,000 former Corinthian Colleges students who saw their campuses abruptly close this week will automatically have their federal student loans discharged - but only if they agree to forgo any credits they earned at the schools.
Heald Students Left Wondering What To Do Next Following ClosureLocal students are left scrambling after Heald Colleges across California closed their doors with little notice.
Students Shocked, Saddened By Heald College ClosureIt could be the biggest collapse in U.S. higher education, and it’s hitting close to home.
Corinthian Colleges To Shut Down All 28 Remaining CampusesCorinthian Colleges will shut down all of its remaining 28 ground campuses, displacing about 16,000 students.
Protesters Rally Outside Attorney General’s Office In Support Of Heald CollegeDozens of people trying to keep Heald College open rallied outside the California attorney general's office in Sacramento Friday.
California Student Aid Commission Halts Cal Grant Awards To 10 Heald CollegesIt’s not the first time Heald has been in the middle of a controversy. There have been lawsuits, the U.S. Department of Education has limited federal money, and if the school fails to turn in documents proving its stability, the grants may be permanently suspended.