Student Loan Debt Holders Go On Strike
April 15, 2015

Are Student Loan Debtors on Strike?


Student Loan Debtors on Strike

A recent article in U-T San Diego addresses the growing concerns of students burdened with hefty student loans from their for-profit education. For-profit education has come under increased scrutiny following Corinthian Colleges’ dissolution due to poor performance and predatory lending coupled with sky high prices. Corinthian Colleges Inc. which also operated under Everest College, Herald College, and Wyotech left thousands of students with junk degrees, no degrees, and plenty of student loan debt.

Following the federal government closure of Corinthian, a growing number of students are refusing to repay their federal and private student loans. Some with over six figures in student loans feel they have nothing to show for their for-profit education. Currently the Department of Education, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and politicians are deciding what to do with this growing movement. In San Diego, CA, are you burdened by student loans from one of these for-profit schools?

  • California College
  • Ashford University
  • Bridgepoint
  • American Career College
  • Kitchen Academy
  • Los Angeles Film School
  • West Coast University
  • Argosy University
  • The Art Institutes
  • Corinthian College
  • Brooks Institute
  • Bryman College
  • University of Phoenix
  • Le Cordon Blue
  • ITT Tech
  • Kaplan
  • Southern States University

If you are burdened by private student loan debt, contact a qualified debt negotiation attorney today. A qualified debt negotiation lawyer can inform you of your rights under the law and may be able to negotiate a large reduction in the balance of the private student loan.

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