Corinthian Colleges Employee: “We Work For The Biggest Scam Company In The World”


Corinthian Colleges — the operator of for-profit school chains Everest University, WyoTech, and Heald Colleges — is selling off or shutting down campuses as it faces lawsuits and investigations from multiple state and federal agencies. The allegations involve bogus job-placement stats, grade manipulation, and misleading marketing. We recently spoke to several current and former CCI teachers and admissions staffers who confirmed these bad practices and explained that it was all done in pursuit of billions of dollars in federal aid from taxpayers. [More]

Are You A Student At Everest University, WyoTech, Or Heald College? We’d Like To Hear From You

Corinthian operates a number of for-profit schools but is in the process of having to sell off a number of its campuses while federal and state regulators investigate allegations of questionable practices by the company.

Corinthian Colleges, Inc., one of the nation’s largest for-profit education companies — running popular chains of schools like Everest Univeristy, WyoTech, and Heald College — is also in the process of becoming that industry’s biggest collapse, as it works with the Dept. of Education to sort out a plan for selling off a number of its campuses and winding down others. While much has been made about the company’s billions in student loan funding, we haven’t heard much from the students. [More]

More Everest College Grads Sue Over Non-Transferable Credits

More Everest College Grads Sue Over Non-Transferable Credits

Last year, we brought you the story of 13 graduates of Everest College’s Dallas campus who filed a lawsuit claiming they had been misled by the for-profit school into believing they would be able to find jobs and transfer their credits upon graduation. Now, a handful of Everest alums in Utah have filed a similar lawsuit, alleging fraud by the school. [More]