- A for-profit college gave its 2,000 college students little discover it’s going to shut – and it blames the Schooling Division for its choice.
- The Virginia-based college’s accreditor was stripped of its energy..
- College students could face dropping their cash, time and problem transferring credit to a different establishment.
When a for-profit college instructed its 2,000 college students final week it’s going to shut in a matter of days, it blamed the Schooling Division for its choice.
Virginia-based Stratford College supplied programs in enterprise administration, culinary arts and nursing and was one among roughly two dozen faculties accepted to obtain federal cash by the Accrediting Council for Unbiased Faculties and Colleges. The Schooling Division, nonetheless, stripped ACICS of its energy to accredit universities in August as a result of it did not meet authorities requirements.