Student Loan Truth: Jessica’s Art Institute Story | Blog
I’m beyond disappointed about the fact that the government isn’t doing anything to stop these schools from defrauding students in the first place. The fact that there is no protection for a vulnerable 21 year old signing a loan for the first time and being taken advantage of isn’t fair or responsible. You shouldn’t need a lawyer to be able to go to college.
My Student Loan Truth: Wilfredo’s Art Institute Story
Wilfredo Morales attended the Art Institute of York in Alabama, which promised him a degree and a job in graphic design. Instead, the school convinced Wilfredo AND his mother to take out massive student loans, and failed to deliver an education.
My Student Loan Truth: Kristina’s Virginia College Story
In our Student Loan Truth blog series, our clients share what they really got from their for-profit college and how the debt affected them. Their experiences demand a public reckoning on student debt and an end to the predatory practices of for-profit colleges. This is Kristina’s student loan truth. “I was focused. I had…
My Student Loan Truth: Rick’s WyoTech Story
This month we interviewed Rick Dobashi, who attended Corinthian-owned WyoTech in San Jose, California from 2011-2013. Rick is part of our class action case Calvillo Manriquez v. DeVos, which represents students who were cheated by Corinthian Colleges (WyoTech, Heald, and Everest).
What Really Happened at ITT: Jorge Villalba in His Own Words
This month we interviewed Jorge Villalba, a former ITT Tech student and named plaintiff in the Project’s ITT case. After being cheated by ITT and struggling with massive debt from the school for years, Jorge finally had his loans discharged.
My Future Was Stolen By A Corporation: An ITT Student Story
The author, Lorenzo Boyland, is a former student of the for-profit ITT Technical Institute campus in Cordova, TN and resides in Mississippi. My future was stolen by a corporation. Now, I’m left waiting for justice. There are thousands who could tell a similar story. This is mine. When I graduated high school, I joined…