Until December 5, 2018, Education Corporation of America operated more than 75 campuses and had at least 20,000 students enrolled in courses including cosmetology, culinary arts, massage therapy, medical assistant, and dental assistant. As of December 5, 2018, VIRGINIA COLLEGE and Education Corporation of America closed all campuses nationwide without warning current or former students and falsely blaming the Department of Education for the closures. Former students who graduated with degrees now have those degrees tainted and devalued.
On December 5, 2018, Massey, Stotser & Nichols filed a lawsuit on behalf of a former student who obtained three degrees from Virginia College. Our plaintiff alleges that current students who have paid tuition to VIRGINIA COLLEGE and Education Corporation of America have no chance of obtaining any degrees from VIRGINIA COLLEGE or Education Corporation of America and thus their tuition payments paid to date provided them no benefit. He also alleges that VIRGINIA COLLEGE and Education Corporation of America are liable to former students for some of the tuition paid while VIRGINIA COLLEGE and Education Corporation of America are liable to current students who have not yet obtained the degree they are seeking for their entire tuition payments.
If you or one of your loved ones was attending or has previously earned a degree, from VIRGINIA COLLEGE, contact us for a case evaluation and consultation.
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