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June 23, 2014
07:50 EDTCOCOCorinthian Colleges, Department of Ed agree in principle on transition plan
Corinthian Colleges announced that it has reached a memorandum of understanding with the U.S. Department of Education that maintains uninterrupted daily operations at its schools, until the company and the Department finalize a more detailed transition plan. Corinthian and the Department agreed upon a Memorandum of Understanding under which Corinthian will immediately receive $16M in federal student aid funds earned through enrollment, avoiding an immediate cash shortfall that will allow its students to continue their educational programs as planned. Under the terms of the MOU, Corinthian and the Department will enter into an Operating Agreement that will allow Corinthian to proceed with its plan to pursue strategic alternatives for its operations, including the sale and teach-out of schools in a manner that will best protect the interests of students, faculty and staff, ensure the integrity of federal student aid funds and preserve the value of the schools. Under the MOU, Corinthian will identify and engage an independent compliance and business monitor acceptable to the Department. The monitor will have full access to Corinthian's financial and operating records and information and report to the Department on Corinthian's progress in the implementation of the transition plan contemplated by the MOU. The Department and Corinthian have agreed to finalize the details of the transition plan in an Operating Agreement by Tuesday, July 1.
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April 26, 2015
15:32 EDTCOCOCorinthian Colleges ceases effectively all operations
Corinthian Colleges announced that the company has ceased substantially all operations and discontinued instruction at its remaining 28 ground campuses. The company is working with other schools to provide continuing educational opportunities for its approximately 16,000 students. Corinthian said those efforts depend to a great degree on cooperation with partnering institutions and regulatory authorities. Campuses closed include the 13 remaining Everest and WyoTech campuses in California, Everest College Phoenix and Everest Online Tempe in Arizona, the Everest Institute in New York, and Heald College -- including its 10 locations in California, one in Hawaii and one in Oregon. Additionally, Zenith Education has recently advised Corinthian that it will not consummate the purchase of Everest College Phoenix, and the closing conditions have not been satisfied for Everest Institute Rochester. Also, the company had been in advanced negotiations with several parties to both sell Heald College and to arrange for teach-out partners to allow its Everest College and WyoTech students in California to continue their education. The company said these efforts were unsuccessful largely as a result of federal and state regulators seeking to impose financial penalties and conditions on buyers and teach-out partners.
April 15, 2015
05:55 EDTCOCOCorinthian Colleges fined $30M for 'misrepresentation' by U.S. DOE
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