2,500+ S.C. students won’t have to repay for-profit school after ‘unfair’ practices

January 9, 2019

More than 2,500 South Carolina students who attended classes at the for-profit Career Education Corp. won’t have to repay them, according to a settlement between the company and 48 attorneys general throughout the country.

S.C. students owed the company a total of $4,943,823, meaning S.C. students will receive an average of $1,970 in debt relief, according to a press release from S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson’s office.

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