Emergency Decision Halts New Student Enrollment at Corinthian Colleges’ WyoTech and Everest College Locations

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The Department of Consumer Affairs’ Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education has issued an Emergency Decision effective at the close of business April 23, 2015, ordering Corinthian Colleges’ Everest College and WyoTech locations in California to cease enrolling new students.

Read the news release here.

  2 comments for “Emergency Decision Halts New Student Enrollment at Corinthian Colleges’ WyoTech and Everest College Locations

  1. Jessica
    April 21, 2015 at 17:44

    I graduated from Everest Dallas in 10-11 and I regret wasteing my time in that school and still can’t pay off loans with the crappy job I have and I love for this school to be shut down

  2. Michael A.Clemons
    April 29, 2015 at 11:00

    I think that Corinthian Colleges is one if those companies that prey on the dreams of people that want a better life either for them or their family. I am a former grad of Everest College in Gardena ca. And I got taken for the ride too, the Medical Billing and Insurance Coding ride. No job ,because people don’t hire new grads without experience in a saturated market.They totally sell you the biggest dream they can. The externship is a joke and if they hire you and lay you off later.Not only do they dig into your financial troubles they dig into your personal trials and troubles too so they can use all the stuff you tell them against you just to sell a loan and leave you in debt with the same job you had before still struggling with a new higher bill.

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