So Career Point, an very popular school in San Antonio, Austin, and a few other places in Texas and across the United States have closed their doors. And they did it in the most shadiest way they could. They sent faculty, staff, and students an email telling them the school would no longer be in service.
That sucks….for those students. I’m sure some of those students paid with their own money to attend classes there, and of course students obtained student loans to also afford going to that school, among other ways. So are they going to get their money back? Probably not…since we learned so far that there has been no response to students getting their money back from IT Tech.
How are they going to transfer, do they have to redo credits over again if they do decide to tranfer? What about people who already graduated, will their diploma be credible? There was one girl saying she had four months to go and she would have graduated.
“Thanks Career Point!”
It has been said in articles, like the one below, that staff members weren’t stealing money from aid, but they were making their numbers appear higher than what they were. As a result, the government no longer wanted to continue funding them at all.