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For-profit colleges face new U.S. rules | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 8 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Feb 13, 2011, titled For-profit colleges face new U.S. rules | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Chelsi Miller was managing a burger joint when she saw an ad for Everest University that promised a better life.

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Hey Waitress

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1 Feb 13, 2011
How convenient! She eats the entire meal (ie she graduated) before complaining to the waitress that the food was no good.

Columbus, OH

#2 Feb 13, 2011
There's nothing in the article about "new federal rules"...???

Columbus, OH

#3 Feb 13, 2011
More succinctly, these people are crooks, and the shame is they've been allowed to get away with it this long.

And if you REALLY want to look at the full range of dubious educational investments, I'd be interested in how many Capital and Ohio Northern and Akron law school graduates have six figure loan debt and little to show for it in the way of income.

Much higher education in this country is a racket -- butts in seats paying professors big salaries and funded by loans that will be a millstone around graduates' necks.

Columbus, OH

#4 Feb 13, 2011
Hey Waitress wrote:
How convenient! She eats the entire meal (ie she graduated) before complaining to the waitress that the food was no good.
She was told the credits would transfer.

False statements

San Jose, CA

#6 Feb 14, 2011
Interesting how this atrical talks about the industry as a whole but only seems to to slam Corinthian. This school does teach barbers, and has not misslead students. This salt lake student is not a documented case and unfortunatly many people from both public and private schools are haveing issues finding jobs. As for credits accepted--people should do there homework as this can vary regardless of schools involved.

Aspen, CO

#7 Feb 14, 2011
funny when the economy slows stupid people are quick to point fingers. Cali does a horrible job putting things into percpective, always. I paid top dollar for an education that I cannot use right now and guess what.......I AM THE ONE TO BLAME FOR IT! I have sucked it up and moved on and any one of these loosers that is crying about this would have gotten themselves in debt somehow anyways. At least now they have an education

Aspen, CO

#8 Feb 14, 2011
One more thing....I've looked through Corinthian in and out and the only reason I'm reading this article is because I've just put tons of my money into COCO stock.
Watch this school thrive now from these prices it has been beaten down to. A couple people may have been treated unfairly but who hasen't? It's always the lazy ones that complain

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Mar 28, 2011
shut these places down! Instructors have sex with the students. managment bullies the workers. The lies still coninue, the questionable practicies are still going on. Shut these for profits down! They are not helping anyone but themselves!

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