Another for-profit college to avoid
Ashford College was founded in 2014 as a result of the split of K College.’ The college offers a number of full and part-time qualifications, from vocational BTEC and NVQ Diplomas, to Access to HE courses, Apprenticeships and Higher Education programs.
For-profit colleges like Ashford College are a huge problem with the student loan crisis. Since Ashford College opened in 2014, current and past students have complained endlessly about the college’s practices. Many students claim to be getting the runaround by financial advisors’ as well as promised job placement post graduation. If you attended Ashford College and feel as though you were a victim to any of these predatory practices we may be able to help you with loan forgiveness.
At Goodbye Loans, we specialize in assisting students from for-profit colleges such as Ashford College’ with their federal and private student loans. With the current job market and economy, we realize how difficult it can be to stay on top of your debt, especially if you took on the high tuition from a for-profit college.
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