Florida For-Profit Colleges Sued for Selling Predatory Product and Targeting Black Students | Press Release
A class action was filed against Florida-based for-profit college chain, Florida Career College (FCC), for selling a predatory product using false representations and high-pressure sales tactics that leave students in mountains of debt they cannot repay and systematically targeting Black students.
Student Borrower Class Forces Department of Education to Process All Pending Borrower Defense Claims | Press Release
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and the United States Department of Education promise to process the borrower defense claims of nearly 170,000 student borrowers, many of which have been pending for more than four years. This long-awaited processing would come as the result of a settlement proposed in the class action lawsuit Sweet v. DeVos.
NEW DATA: 96% of Students Defrauded by For-Profit Colleges Report their Lives are Worse Now than Before they Went to School | Press Release
Nearly 900 Former For-Profit College Students Submitted Testimony Explaining the Harsh Impact of Federal Student Loan Debt on their Lives.
In Less than 24 Hours, More than 200 Students Submit Testimony In Lawsuit Against DeVos & Department of Education | Press Release
In less than 24 hours, more than 200 former students who were defrauded by abusive for-profit colleges and are seeking debt relief have already submitted testimony to be used as part of a new lawsuit filed yesterday.
For-Profit College Students File Lawsuit to Force Betsy DeVos to Follow the Law and Cancel their Student Loan Debt | Press Release
Today, 158,110 defrauded former for-profit college students filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education and Secretary Betsy DeVos seeking to force the agency to follow existing law and issue the debt relief to which the former students are entitled.
Two Key Hearings Scheduled for Monday on Department of Education’s Illegal Attempts to Deny Relief to Former Corinthian Students | Press Release
Two Cases Involve Department’s Abuse of Former Corinthian Students and its Refusal to Discharge Their Debt BOSTON – There are two major court hearings scheduled for Monday involving the Department of Education’s abuse of former Corinthian students and its insistence on continuing to collect on the debts of the defrauded students. The two cases are…