Suit Accuses University of Stealing AidFebruary 6, 2018 | :
by Robin Bull
Brian Gravely, a former official of National American University, recently accused the for-profit school of essentially stealing millions of dollars from the federal student loan program. With the recent shut down of several for-profit “higher education institutions,” could National American University be next?
In a federal lawsuit, Gravely, formerly the Legal Studies Director for the school, was fired in 2016. He accused the school of paying illegal bonuses to university employees who would recruit students. He also alleged that the school hid flaws in its medical assisting program to ensure that it was properly accredited.
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