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Sanford-Brown College is CLOSING its doors FOR GOOD

Qualify Now For Loan Forgiveness Due To The ClosureAnother for-profit closes…

Sanford-Brown College announced in early May of this year that it will close or sell all of its campuses. Sanford-Brown has been subject to controversy over the last few years, with several lawsuits alleging that the college engaged in aggressive and misleading recruiting tactics. Sanford-Brown is owned by Career Education Corporation (CEC), which also owns a host of for-profit colleges.

In a statement about the sale and closures, CEC indicated its plans to focus its resources and attention on its universities “ Colorado Technical and American InterContinental “ where the company has significant opportunities to continue to provide quality higher education to the adult student market.

As of today, July 7, 2015, students who are enrolled in any of the Sanford-Brown colleges or institutes will suffer the most, because their college is up in flames. In addition to not being able to procure a quality education, their financial health could be at risk.

Once again, another for-profit educational institution has learned nothing about how their nefarious practices impact students lives, financially or from an educational standpoint.

Lets break this down and discuss what Sanford-Brown school closures mean for students

Career Education Corporation’s latest press release demonstrates their poor agenda and inability to assume responsibility for students past and present.

CEC has announced a new strategy geared towards their regional accredited universities, such as Colorado Technical University and American InterContinental University.

The press release stated they will minimize the potential negative impacts on faculty, students and staff members. A teach-out process of Sanford-Brown’s physical campuses and online programs are slated to commence immediately at over 14 different Sanford-Brown colleges, including their online program. A teach-out is a situation in which no new students may be enrolled in a course of study, and arrangements are put in place to ensure that currently enrolled students can either complete their course of study or transition to a mutually agreed upon course.

The teach-out process still leaves much to be desired. The process will take anywhere from 1-3 years. In this time, students will attend a school they know is ready to close, which presents potentially negative connotations for prospective employers seeing the Sanford-Brown name on a degree. Moreover, if a student wishes to continue their education elsewhere, how are they going to be able to transfer to another college and ensure their credits are transferable? Students graduating this year might not be impacted, but what about students who recently enrolled? Among other issues, this is a nightmare for students.

If the teach-out process concludes in 12-14 months or less, many students will be forced out with a partial education. In order to earn their degree, where are they going to go? Again, will their credits be transferable? Will their student loans held by Stanford Brown impede their ability to seek out additional loans for a new college? The average cost of debt for a four-year degree at Sanford-Brown college costs anywhere from 60-90K! Second tier universities cost that much. State universities and public colleges are a fraction of that cost.

For graduates, finding gainful employment in their chosen profession could be impossible due to the fact that their diploma isnt highly regarded by potential employers. Students who are still in the process of completing their degree are stuck with massive amounts of debt, a sub-par education and potentially nowhere to finish their education. Its a mess.

Find out what you can do to get ahead of this situation and change your educational future. Call Sanford-Brown and demand answers regarding your existing diploma, getting a diploma and if your credits are transferable. Gather as much information about your loans as possible.

There is some good news for former students from Sanford-Brown however. Under the Obama Administration, the Department of Education has made several forgiveness programs available. Students from Sanford-Brown have exceptionally high acceptance rates to these programs. To find out if you qualify for loan forgiveness, give us a call at (800) 940-8911 or fill out the quick form on this page and one of our representatives will get in touch with you to go over your options.

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IT ONLY TAKES ABOUT 10 MINUTES TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY!

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Call us at (800) 940-8911 or fill out the form on this page to speak to one of our representatives. It’s 100% free to see if you qualify for student loan forgiveness, and only takes a few minutes.

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STUDENT LOAN FORGIVENESS

Student loan debt has reached an all-time high, and according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the total amounts to around $1.2 trillion. Goodbye Loans can help determine if you qualify for the student loan forgiveness as a result of the closure.

Goodbye Loans matches thousands of graduates with federal programs that are offered by The Department of Education to consolidate and lower their current Federal student loans. We help you take advantage of the latest regulations put in place by Congress and President Obama and potentially save thousands of dollars. Debt is hard to ignore. When you’re staring down a ballooning credit card balance and fending off insistent phone calls from angry creditors, it can be an all-consuming enemy.

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Comments (54)

  1. Lucero Moreno
    July 7, 2015

    I have a small loan that I’m paying off

  2. Sylvia
    July 7, 2015

    I would like information on loan forgiveness. I attended Sanford Brown.

    • Lisa
      January 19, 2016

      Please if anyone has information on loan forgiveness from the deception of this school please let me know. We have been fighting this for several years now and no one will help us. We had an attorney that was going to help but backed out! I am so frustrated!!

  3. Michelle Caccamo
    July 7, 2015

    i was a student at Sanford Brown 2 years ago.. They were the worst school and liars.. In so many ways.. I regurgitate every time I make a payment.. With the broken promises..
    Do I have a chance of getting rid of my loans please touch base with me
    Michelle Caccamo

    • Anissa Carter
      September 8, 2015

      I’m in the same boat, so upset about the schooling and the loan debt they put me in, not to mention the personal debt . I graduated and never even received my diploma, and now have debt collectors hounding me !

      • Admin
        September 9, 2015

        We would love you to help you out Anissa,

        Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

    • Renay Jones
      November 20, 2015

      Please contact me regarding doing something about your debt and a diploma that means nothing. Former SB Student.
      renayj@sbcglobal.net

    • goodbye
      March 17, 2016

      Hi Lisa, please call us at 800-940-8911 so we can look into your forgiveness options.

  4. Porsche
    July 7, 2015

    I went I scho in 2012. Started in the denial program but they pushed and pushed for me to become a MA. I ended up doing the MA program. Graduated in 2013 with honors, yet after graduation I was unable to find a job for most jobs said my school wasn’t credinitial enough and I didn’t have the experience they were wanting. A “promised” career led to promising debt with no career to pay it off with.

    • Katrina Conner
      August 28, 2015

      I also am in the same position as you. I graduated in 2012.

      • Admin
        August 31, 2015

        We would love you to help you out Katrina,

        Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  5. ashley jackson
    July 8, 2015

    I went to sanford brown institute in new york city and im wondering if i qualify for any of the loan forgiveness programs

    • Renay Jones
      November 20, 2015

      Please Contact me regarding the degree and debt . In same boat…may have a solution at no cost to you. -former SB grad

  6. Desiree
    July 8, 2015

    How do I apply for Loan Forgiveness??

  7. Christina chambers
    July 8, 2015

    Do I qualify for forgiveness?

  8. Former Graduate
    July 8, 2015

    When did SFBC start a 4 year degree program?

  9. Angela Stewart
    July 11, 2015

    Does this impact a student from Sanford Brown Institute-Landover,Md Campus as well?

  10. Colleen fontaine
    July 12, 2015

    I attended Sanford brown in 2012 do I qualify for loan forgiveness ?

  11. Griselda rios
    July 13, 2015

    I wanna know if I qualify for a forgiveness loan.

  12. Dawn Chapman
    July 15, 2015

    Former student have talked to somebody already but never received a call from a case manager

  13. Charlotte Still
    July 15, 2015

    Is this for all Sanford-Brown College? I am from Dallas, Texas finish from Sanford 2013, but I have not taken my cpc. Is there a way I can get the money to take my cpc test? Please let me know. Also, will I be able to use the credit that receive from Sanford?

  14. Taiesha polk
    August 21, 2015

    I attended SB
    In 2006 2007 and graduated with honors ..I’ve been trying to takey test..and I’ve got no feed back.. Nothing. I’ve already paid my loans off..I feel like I’ve wasted my time…and theyve took two of my income tax ..I’m angry

    • Admin
      August 23, 2015

      Taiesha, would you like one of the team members to go over your options with you?

  15. Tanya E. Jones
    August 23, 2015

    I am interested in finding out how to qualify for the loan forgiveness, I attended Sanford Brown College.

    • Admin
      August 23, 2015

      Tanya we would love to help you out. What time today or tomorrow works better for you to go over your options with one of the consultants and to see if you qualify?

  16. Shenequa
    August 24, 2015

    I graduate from sanford-brown in 2011 I am trying to go back to school but I need my transcripts and do my loans get reduce since the school close

    • Admin
      August 31, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Shenequa,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  17. Rebecca Mesey
    August 24, 2015

    I went to Sanford Brown in 2009. I don’t even work in the medical field any longer due to know one wants a Sanford Brown student

    • Admin
      August 31, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Rebecca,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  18. Taghrid
    August 25, 2015

    This was a form of gang business I was discreminated at and educationally mislead and didn’t receive any help for internship I had to find employer on my own to give me training with no pay and after all they lie at all the agreement I had with them. Even instructors most of them had only bachelor degree and they wear teaching ? And I stuck with 25000 dollar loan and I just lost my husband and have 2 kids . Please direct me if there is any action or procedure to follow.

    • Admin
      August 31, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Taghrid,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  19. Daniela
    August 25, 2015

    I attended Sanford Brown from March 2014-August 2014 and left for medical reasons. Last week I received a letter to collect the loan of almost $4,000 and it says I must pay asap or will be sent to a collection agency. I am not working and will not be working for a while due to health issues. Can I qualify for this loan forgiveness?

    • Admin
      August 31, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Daniela,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  20. Cynthia Moorer-Bannerman
    August 25, 2015

    I graduated from sanford-brown in 2010 as a cardiosonographer, my loans are currently in deferment. How do I qualify for the loan forgiveness program?

    • Admin
      August 31, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Cynthia,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  21. Yolanda Mckamey
    August 26, 2015

    It would help me so much to get more Information on this loan forgiveness I’ve been trying so hard to get my transcripts for 3 years ive been trying to get back in school to get my degree in pharmacy technician so it would be great to finish what I started with a clean slate you know

    • Admin
      August 31, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Yolanda,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  22. Sara masterson
    August 27, 2015

    I attended Sanford brown just this year. And in the process of completing my classes I got preganant. I was able to complete all my classes for the medical assistant program but was not aloud to go out for my extern due to some shots I was not able to get while pregnant. The dean, administration, and several teachers told me to go out have my baby, and come back by January to complete my extern. Now I’m finding out that’s not possible to do after I was promised I would be able to. I busted my butt this past year and completing all my classes and got great grades. If I am not able to complete my program or at least take my credits and all I’ve learned somewhere else I refuse to pay back anything. Please tell me what are my options.

    • Admin
      August 31, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Sara,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  23. Denise Wilson
    August 28, 2015

    Forgiveness programs can be done WITHOUT the help of a third party company like this. Ho to studentloans.gov for help…you do NOT have to pay this company to get your loan forgiven.

    • Admin
      August 31, 2015

      You are 100% correct Denise,

      Many student borrowers are using document preparation companies to enroll, prepare their documents and maximize their forgiveness. Just like when they hire professionals to do their taxes or other services

  24. Kellie Hamilton
    September 9, 2015

    I attended Sanford Brown and used way too much of my loans to attend. I have never been able to attain employment as a medical assistant and none of my credits ever transferred to my current college, City Colleges of Chicago, nor my college MATC in Milwaukee, WI. I have been informed that I may not even have enough money left to actually get a legitimate degree without coming out of pocket. This is horrifying to say the least. I was informed, and even shown at the time in writing that they were Regionally and Nationally accredited. I was even bamboozled by the school with their fake visits from the Accreditation boards while students were in class, later to learn that it was all fake. I dont only want to know about forgiveness but how to sue these thieves.

    • Admin
      September 9, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Kellie,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

    • Renay Jones
      November 20, 2015

      Please contact me asap. Former SB grad and we are working on just that. Please contact me !!
      renayj@sbcglobal.net

  25. Teresa Duncan
    September 10, 2015

    I graduated in 2005 and would to know how can I get my diploma and transcripts I never got them, I attended Sandford Brown in New Carrollton in Maryland if someone can contact me Thanks in advance.

    • Admin
      September 11, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Teresa,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  26. Kathleen Schumacher
    September 11, 2015

    please email on line web address for loan forgiveness.

    thank you..

    • Admin
      September 11, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Kathleen
      ,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  27. Brad Mosquito
    September 11, 2015

    I attended Sanford Brown College in 2003. I am still paying on my loan from there, what can I do?? I never received a job after getting an Associates Degree from this so called college. I have been so unhappy, and I have a job classification in something I didn’t even go to school for. This seemed like a big JOKE all together! At the time, it seemed so legitimate. But after graduation, it was a big slap in the face. I knew I wasted my time and I knew that it felt like one big scam

    • Admin
      September 12, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Brad,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.

  28. Kashae Johnson
    September 14, 2015

    I attended Sanford brown I graduated February 2013…I really need info on the loan forgiveness program thanks.

    • Admin
      September 15, 2015

      We would love you to help you out Kashae,

      Please call us directly at 424-325-6343 and leave a voicemail if the lines are busy. We also will have one of the reps email you directly to further help you out.Kashae

  29. Nicole
    December 21, 2016

    I attended SB back in 05…it was a complete rip off…the turnover of teachers were crazy…teaching classes that were not needed and now I’m stuck w this HUGE school loan…I had to find my own place for clinicals and I found my own job…I learned more from my job than from SB… they won’t release my transcripts because of a unpaid balance…can anyone help with this??? I would appreciate it

  30. Denise J
    July 25, 2017

    I attended SB-Atlanta in 2011-12 and graduated with honors. I tested and received my AAMA certification and I found a great job. No complaints. Now I am preparing to complete my Associates degree in nursing. Sanford Brown will not release my transcripts citing ‘an overdue financial obligation’. The refusal to release the transcript was the first I’ve heard of it. I have not received any bills. Nothing appears on my credit report. I paid for my education. What do I do now? I have submitted several requests to the records departments and student accounts and do not get a response. Please advise.

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