President of Brooklyn for-profit college resigns for second time following Daily News investigation into sexual misconduct claims

The president of a Brooklyn for-profit college accused of using his perch to sexually abuse vulnerable students has resigned from his post for the second time in the last four years following a Daily News expose.

Alex Shchegol, the founder and long-time president of ASA College, a for-profit institution with roughly 3,000 students across three campuses in New York City and Florida, first called it quits in 2018 following a lawsuit alleging he used an employee to help him find women to abuse. The suit was later settled out of court for $500,000, according to documents reviewed by The News.

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