Private and Federal Loan Forgiveness Due to Recent Investigation
Berkeley College Students Receive Student Loan Forgiveness
Chances Are You Qualify If You Attended This For-Profit School
New York Consumer Agency Investigated the School Berkeley College is a for-profit higher education institution founded in 1931, specializing in business and professional studies. The New York Times reports that the consumer agency has opened investigations into four local for-profit institutions, including Berkeley College, after receiving hundreds of student complaints.
These students complaints have often reported on the recruiting tactics employed by the institution, including incidents of repeated phone calls and unrelenting pressure to commit to the schools enrollment process. Students that have attended Berkeley College are not happy with their experiences, all the while paying skyrocketing student loans.
What Berkeley College Students Have Said
Do not attend Berkeley College (Berkeley College of Business) if you want anything more than a “crackerjack” education for an inflated price.
Please note that it is a private school so your education will cost you & the government, (provided you can get financial aid) around 100K. I owe 35K in loans as of right now, when that is the total price for universities such as Rutgers.
Now the VA is withholding my disability benefits and is saying that I owe them over $14,000!!! This is insane!!! This school is a serious scam. I never even received any state benefits or any sorts.
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STUDENT LOAN FORGIVENESS
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