Thread regarding DeVry Inc. layoffs

$23 Million Defense to Repayment Case

"(T)he lawsuit stems from the Education Department announcing in February (2022) that it was discharging debt owed by roughly 1,800 former DeVry University students under the borrower defense rule. It marked the first time the department granted this type of relief to students who attended an institution that is still open and continues to access federal financial aid. In August, the Education Department attempted to recoup some of those costs from DeVry. The university argues that recoupment is unlawful because the department didn’t say whether it looked into the details of each borrower defense claim and handled the applications as a single group. 'There is no lawful basis for such an act,' the university argued in court filings."

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ED was waiting until January 17 I believe to see if there would be an appeal.

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Did anyone get thier loans dismissed? Got an email saying they were but still nothing 9 months later.

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