By the end of 2017, several hundred subprime college campuses and sites will have closed.
Listed below are some of the subprime college campuses in the US Department of Education's latest monthly School Closings report. The agency reports are available here. The October 2017 list is more than twice the size of the previous month's edition.
Many of the subprime schools closed in September 2017 but received little if any media attention. The Art Institutes closed more than two dozen campuses, and Le Cordon Bleu shut down all of their campuses.
The Art Institutes were part of the failed Education Management Corporation. Some of the Art Institutes will continue as part of the controversial non-profit Dream Center Foundation.
The Cordon Bleu campuses were owned by Career Education Corporation. Career Education Corporation continues with two subprime brands: Colorado Technical University and American Intercontinental University.