At A Glance
Colorado Technical University is a accredited for-profit college with both online courses and physical locations in CO, offering Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. Their parent company, Career Education Corp., has recently paid out $10M in a settlement concerning allegations of falsified job placement practices, and deceiving students about accreditation.
While enjoying a wealth of students from around the country, Colorado Technical University has also come under nationwide scrutiny for a series of complaints, lawsuits, and fraud reports that include alleged incidents of the following:
• Refusal of access to transcripts
• Fabricated charges in excess of $4k, with no available contact for recourse or appeal.
• Deception with regard to career potentials and job placement programs.
• Circular bureaucratic transfer being used to deter students from resolving false charges.
• Students receiving poor or no customer service.
• Failed promises of guidance from â€career coachesâ€.
• Deceptive recruiting tactics, misrepresent of job placement rates and have high rates of student loan default and student withdrawal.
• Student debts being sold to multiple collection agencies.
• Abuse of US veterans and VA loan programs.
• Predatory sales practices.
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