Source: Troubled For-Profit Colleges ‘Eager to Assist’ — Meaning Enroll — Students of Other Shut-Down For-Profit
The headline of a Kansas City Star article posted today reads, “Some private for-profit schools come to the aid of former Wright Career College students; Vatterott Educational Centers, Brown Mackie College and National American University offer assistance.”
The article includes this passage:
One of the schools reaching out to Wright students is St. Louis-based Vatterott Educational Centers. It said it will consider credit transfers for former Wright students in five markets — the Kansas City area, Wichita, Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Omaha.
“We are saddened to see the impact of Wright Career College’s closure on its students,” Rene Crosswhite, Vatterott’s chief executive, said in a statement. “We are eager to assist (them) in meeting their goals and completing their education.”