From Inside Higher Education, Virginia College campuses will close at: Austin, Tex.; Baton Rouge and Shreveport, La.; Biloxi and Jackson, Miss.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Columbia and Spartanburg, S.C., Columbus and Macon, Ga.; Fort Pierce and Pensacola... — read more
Lots of layoffs happened on 9/10/18 Virginia College is closing three Alabama locations. The private, for-profit school is closing its locations in Mobile, Huntsville and Montgomery. The Birmingham location will remain open. The Alabama locations... — read more
"The biggest chain of for-profit colleges that is still overseen by an accreditation group axed by the Obama administration -- and given a second chance by Betsy DeVos -- failed this month in its initial bid to get recognition elsewhere."... — read more
From a commenter in IHE SimplyTheBest I worked for this organization—ECA. I can tell you they have been on the brink of collapse for a while now. The quality of campus faculty, students, and corporate faculty is abysmal. They can not retain talent... — read more
"The largest group of these colleges—accounting for 45 percent of enrollment—belongs to Education Corporation of America, which operates Brightwood College, Virginia College, and Professional Golfers Career College. After the Accrediting Council for... — read more
Rumor has it schools were already sold, but by whom?
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Owned by "Educational Corporation of America" - both campus and online options - standard for profit portfolio of majors - enrollment dropping and may be one of the first for-profits to fold