Florida Metropolitan University FMU
Due to recent updates with student loan forgiveness programs, students of FMU may qualify for loan forgiveness. As you may have heard, FMU shut it’s doors after being acquired by Everest College. There are varying circumstances around the loan forgiveness, but if you are a victim to these predatory for-profit schools we highly advise you call us too see how we can help. To see if you qualify, and learn what steps to take next, give us a call at (888) 408-5491, or you can submit your information here.
Timeline of Events
The oldest Everest University campus can trace its roots to 1890 when the Tampa campus became the first business college in Florida, under the name Tampa College.
Tampa College became Florida Metropolitan University in 1996.
In 2012 and 2013, Everest faced site shutdowns as a result of low job placement rates.
An investigation inquired into FMU’s “advertising, marketing and business practices related to the sale of educational services to Florida Residents.”
CCI was fined almost $30 million by the U.S. Department of Education. The department found the school had misled students and loan agencies about the prospects for graduates to find jobs. All Everest locations in Canada shut down.
In cases of for-profit school closures: There are several student loan forgiveness programs available that you may qualify for.
If you attended FMU, regardless of when you attended, you may qualify for partial or even full loan forgiveness.
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