Documents

Colon v. DeVos

11/12/2017

Complaint

Plaintiffs Tina Carr and Yvette Colon borrowed student loans from the Department of Education (the Department) and Sallie Mae Bank (Sallie Mae), the predecessor in interest of Navient Corporation (Navient), to attend Sanford-Brown Institute (Sanford-Brown or SBI), a notoriously abusive for-profit college operated by Career Education Corporation (CEC) in New York.

03/02/2018

Amended Complaint

Plaintiffs Tina Carr and Yvette Colon borrowed student loans from the United States Department of Education (the Department) and private lenders to attend Sanford-Brown Institute (Sanford-Brown or SBI), a notoriously abusive for-profit college operated by Career Education Corporation (CEC) in New York.

04/06/2018

Department of Education's Motion to Dismiss

The Department of Education filed a motion to dismiss.

05/07/2018

Opposition to the Department's Motion to Dismiss

Plaintiffs Tina Carr and Yvette Colon sought an education from Sanford-Brown Institute ("SBI") to advance their careers, but because they were cheated by the school and got no meaningful education, they were left with nothing but the crushing burden of student loan debts.