Are For-Profits Living Up to Promises?May 12, 2017 | :
by Susan Clampet-Lundquist and Stefanie Deluca
Soon after the presidential election, Donald Trump settled lawsuits challenging the now-defunct Trump University for fraud.
He paid out $25 million in restitution to former students and in fines for violating New York State education laws.
These lawsuits join with other claims against for-profit post-secondary education companies that make flashy and inviting claims to students yet deliver far below the mark.
Director of Public Safety
Saint Martin's University
Assistant/Associate Professor, Information Systems
Cleveland State University
Assistant or Associate Professor - Computer Science
University of Connecticut
Dean, James Clark School of Engineering
University of Maryland, College Park