Career Education Colleges and Universities president and CEO Steve Gunderson called upon the Senator and House Members reviewing the recent closure of ECA to focus on the students. In a letter sent to Senator Elizabeth Warren, Representatives Elijah Cummings, and Suzanne Bonamici, Gunderson called upon Congress to review and revise the current legislative and regulatory guidelines to better prioritize “Keeping students in school.”
CECU would like to acknowledge our members and other institutions supporting students impacted by campus closures.
By Amy Lipman
December 11, 2018
Students said they paid $30,000 for the program through student loans and they're unsure of how their credits will transfer to another institution, but Virginia College is recommending Keiser University or similar colleges.
Institutions Mentioned: Keiser University (but from Virginia College recommending them, not necessarily Keiser offering assistance)
Member Status: Member
Following the news that Education Corporation of America abruptly closed its campuses, Steve Gunderson, President and CEO of Career Education Colleges and Universities, released the following statement:
“We concur with the U.S. Department of Education’s strong statement condemning Education Corporation of America’s decision to suddenly close its campuses. Innocent students are most at risk in these situations and they must be everyone’s priority.”