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By Imthatfirstguy1 - / Tuesday 10 April 2018 15:00 /
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By  Piccillo  |  2

"Students who attended ITT Tech may be able to have their debt forgiven by applying to the US Department of Education for a borrower defense to repayment.[5]"

Right from wiki. your welcome.

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By  Piccillo  |  2

"Students who attended ITT Tech may be able to have their debt forgiven by applying to the US Department of Education for a borrower defense to repayment.[5]"

Right from wiki. your welcome.

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"might" would be more accurate then may. It depends on how recently they graduated as last time I checked you had to have attended within the six months leading up to their closure.

By  Serneum  |  3

I don't see how it's useless. You still gained the knowledge from the classes you took. I've never had anyone ask to see my degree when paying for a job, either.

By  TheMean1  |  4

I'm Obviously going to be the bad guy here for stating the Obvious... but what were you thinking going to be Fake college in the first place?? You would have been better off going to a real accredited institution, and probably cost far less over all. Even community/Junior colleges have classes online if there isn't one near you.

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  aninconle  |  2

To answer your question, the school was accredited and has been around for almost 60 years. It was even ranked among the best two year colleges. The problem was that the school lied and forged a lot of data. That is the reason for the lawsuits as well as students being able to get possibly get back their student loans. Also why CEO and CFO were charged with fraud.

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  TheMean1  |  4

Again, I find it hard to sympathize since even a community college here in CA would cost a fraction of that for 2 years of attendance including fees and books... if student loans were really a concern to begin with... just saying.

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