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DeVry University Told Me to Get Private Student Loans. I Can’t Pay. – Javier

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“Dear Steve, My name is Javier and I have about 105K in school loans. Half of it is interest. DeVry University told me that I had to take private school loans so I did. The interest is very high. At that time I went through a divorce at graduating in 2009. I since got remarried and I have two step ... Read More »

DeVry Called Me and Told Me I Could Qualify for Student Loans. – Maria

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“Dear Steve, less than a yr ago i ask for online school information…devry called and offer me financial aid together with my career… they told me since i wasn’t with my parents no more that i could qualify for students loan…i started taking classes one by one…than on my first classes my grades drop because wasn’t doing my homework i ... Read More »

DeVry is Chasing Me for a Debt I Don’t Think I Owe. – Jodi

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“Dear Steve, I attended DeVry online 5 years ago. Was only enrolled for two semesters. Since then I have been paying on two student loans. Original total was around $9000. Three month ago a company (ACS) sends me a letter to inform me that I will have to start paying them back. This letter said DeVry Residence school.Not the DeVry ... Read More »

DeVry University Says I Owe an Educard Loan And I Can’t Get My Diploma. – Heather

“Dear Steve, I attended Devry university online. I finished my degree program and had no outstanding debts. I went ahead and applied for graduation and bachelor courses. The next day I had a charge over $2,000. They said it was an educard loan. They wanted it all at one time. I told them I could only make monthly payments of ... Read More »

Do Military Veterans on GI Bill Deserve to be Treated Fairly by For-Profit Colleges?

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Student loans are tough enough to deal with but it appears for-profit colleges are intentionally targeting military veterans eligible for the GI Bill. Students are winding up deep in debt at the more expensive for-profit college with no degree or a degree worth little. Some experts interviewed in the broadcast said that online degrees are viewed less favorably by hiring ... Read More »

DeVry University Says I Owe Money on an Educard and Won’t Give Me My Transcript So I Can Go back to School. – Tonya

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I am from North Carolina and I attended DeVry University in Decatur, GA back in 1997. I went for a year and half and then had to withdraw for personal reasons. My father had borrowed money from his 401K to help pay for my tuition. I also received goverment loans to cover the extra expenses. The school had something called ... Read More »

Want to Pay a Lot for College But Never Graduate? Go to a For-Profit University.

Subprime Opportunity

In a recent report, Subprime Opportunity: The Unfulfilled Promise of For-Profit Colleges and Universities the University of Phoenix didn’t fare too well when it came to graduating students. According to the report, only 9% of student enrolled actually graduated within six years. University of Phoenix, DeVry University, The Art institute, Berkeley College, Sullivan University, Westwood College, International Academy of Design ... Read More »

Student Loan Debt: The Next Subprime Bubble to Burst?

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I just finished watching the Frontline PBS show College, Inc. about for-profit education and the resulting student loan debt. It was estimated that students in for-profit colleges will graduate with double the amount of student loan debt as compared to a traditional university. The default rate was alarming as well. For-profit colleges account for 10% of students but 44% of ... Read More »

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