Thread regarding Dream Center Education Holdings, LLC (DCEH) layoffs

Student should just quit

All the student should quit and then they have to close the doors.

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM

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Good luck trying to get loans forgiven. It doesn’t really work that way. You get to either keep the credits to transfer or apply for loan forgiveness.

Davos has been sued multiple times for delaying the loan forgiveness rules that were put in place by Obama. Her response was to forgive 15,000 loans - out of 100,000+ applicants. She is also working on changing the rules so it’s even harder to qualify. As of now, you have to have a case based on fraudulent enrollment practices. With the changes EDMC put in place after the lawsuit & consent agreement years ago, don’t expect to be able to claim that.

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-6xua

Hogwash

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-5fnb

4kvv, I wish you the best in your future and hope you are able to graduate. You have you s**t more together than DCEH ever has! You should run the schools. We would all be better off!

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-5lxw

4kvv- most posters here are former employees mistreated by the corporate entities that owned these colleges for many more than the three years you have been in school. Most on ground faculty and staff wanted students to succeed. They didn’t enter education for the money- unlike the corporate masters. I only hope there IS a next quarter so you are able to graduate. Good luck in your future.

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-5tlt

Just for some perspective. Next quarter i'll be graduating with my Bachelor of Science, and I'm already working full time where the pay is more than enough to support me and the cost of rent. Especially with how high it is in my area. It isn't even salary pay yet.

It would be a TERRIBLE decision for me to quit now, and I agree the cost of tuition was high and I have regrets about it. However what I don't regret is the experience, the networking, and memories I've made within these past 3 years. Yes 3 years. I was taking 5 classes a week, while working 20 hours part time. Now with only 6 classes left split between this and next quarter while working 40 Hours a week.

I wouldn't be living in my own apartment at my young age, paying for groceries, gas & electric, and utilities all by myself without the amount of the obstacles that not the school, but corporate had put on me and other students. I also want to mention I make no car payments, because I own my car entirely. (Just bragging rights because I have my sh-- together as a 22 year old.) I am also a student who is also a victim from not receiving their refund from their Grants, and as well losing student housing.

College is an investment to yourself, not for just education, but the ability to be better for yourself, and I sure effing did better myself. Not because I have a well paying job, but because I f---ing did it while being on Deans Honor Roll throughout my whole entire academic career, a good credit score, respected by my teachers, staff, and the professionals in my industry. If you think college isn't the only reason why people are in debt, then I guess you're totally forgetting about the mortgage i'll put on myself when I want to own my own house within the next 5 years.

I understand you're all just venting out to DCEH from how they mishandled the Schools, and I agree what they have done, but I just want to ask, whether you listen to my plea or not. Taking out your frustrations on the students who did not have the strive to do what I could isn't solving anything. It just makes it seem like some of you never really cared in the first place, especially by saying "furry anime kids". Which in turn makes you a problem as much as DCEH, cause all in your eyes is that you just see is "another one in the pocket."

Thank you, and to all the staff and faculty who read this. I hope you all find a new path for your future away or with DCEH. Cause in the end, we're all just trying to make a living, but trying to make a living with good intentions.

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-4kvv

I roped in the furry anime kids.

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-4nqd

Some of us actually value the education. It’s not my fault half these babies here crying and hoping for the school to close didn’t get their degree cause they failed out or couldn’t pay, knowing the price for what they were getting themselves into. Some of us chose this school and would hate to see it shut down. Some people would also kill to be able to go to school, regardless of the reputation. Y’all wonder why the school has such a bad rep, it’s because of you, the whiny b--ch babies.

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-1dzm

I b stay’n to get free edgeamacation cause I was conned into a program bye weasels that need government welfare.

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-1lsb

We are staying so when the school closes our loans will be forgiven. If we leave now we had a VERY expensive and worthless education.. so yes.. you are correct..

https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/closed-school#criteria

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-1sql

So let me get this straight, these students are staying in order to get a free and worthless education? Wow....

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Post ID: @XwtNUHM-1ikt

If we quit then we will be unable to have our acquired debt forgiven when they do close the doors. Most students are only staying for this reason.

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