A college closed, upending one veteran’s life

Source: Chris Quintana, USA Today

It was bad enough that the college Army veteran Kendrick Harrison had chosen, Argosy University, closed months before he’d earn his degrees in psychology and business, leaving Harrison indebted, unemployed and even further removed from a years-long dream to get his degree. What was worse was that no one from the government or his university seemed interested in helping him navigate the fallout of the sudden closure of the college. 

His story is a stark example of what critics call a breakdown in the rules intended to protect students – and U.S. taxpayers – from the predation of for-profit schools.

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