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Virginia College reviews first appeared on Complaints Board on Jan 31, 2010. The latest review financial aid fraud was posted on Feb 24, 2020. The latest complaint Fraud was resolved on Dec 15, 2010. Virginia College has an average consumer rating of 2 stars from 8 reviews. Virginia College has resolved 2 complaints.

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3660 Grandview Parkway, Suite 300
Birmingham, Alabama
United States - 35243
Birmingham, AL
488 Palisades Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35209
 
Huntsville, AL
2021 Drake Ave. SW, Huntsville, AL 35801
 
Mobile, AL
3725 Airport Blvd, Ste 165, Mobile, AL 36608
 
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5841 Ridgewood Rd, Jackson, MS 39211
 
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2400 David H. McLeod Blvd, Florence, SC 29501
 
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Virginia Collegefinancial aid fraud

I attended Virginia College years ago. I was shown and told that in order to attend this school I had to take out a $3, 000 loan. I agreed to the $3, 000 loan and they printed me off paperwork of this $3, 000 loan. Come to find out they charged me over $19, 000 and financial aid student loans that I did not agree to. I called the office and they told me that I did agree to that and I told them that I didn't. Show me the paperwork. They do not have any paperwork regarding my loans nor do they have any paperwork of me consenting to these loans. I will be filing a lawsuit against this company

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    Virginia College — Unprofessional staff, horrible customer service, complete rip off

    Everything you read on these sites about virginia college. I am currently stuck as a student at virginia...

    Virginia CollegeUnethical scam

    Virginia College makes many false claims to unsuspecting students who were promised job assistance, the use of predatory marketing, and unsubstantiated statistics they claim students benefit while attending and graduating from their school. I attended the school and believe they committed fraud of the highest nature and request a formal inquiry into the school as it is a for-profit institution with many campuses marketing false claims throughout the US. I implore anyone to help others from making the same mistake I have in attending a school that bolsters its attendance and graduation rates creating undue hardship. I was told prior to attending that there was a 97% job placement with assistance from career center, however, no one knew how to help me and claimed it was my own responsibility. The school also reports having real experienced professors from the field, but they instead forced the students to buy a program that played tutorials. Contact the Office of Inspector General to complain. I have 51, 000 dollars in loa ns and looked for two years for a job with no success as the school has no reputation. I believe the money spent should be forgiven. Contact the OIG here https://oighotline.ed.gov/Hotline/Default.aspx?aFlag=a2GSpnDbruI%3d&lang=8oFi9czUG94%3d

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      Virginia College — Cheating not punished

      A couple terms ago in the ma program three students got caught cheating on there final and the teacher...

      Virginia College Financial Aid — Fraud

      I have been trying to get a student loan check for school expenses for the last 6 months and here I still...

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      Virginia College Online — CREDITS WILL NOT TRANSFER

      I was forced to finsih my degree at VC Online due to the fact that no one and I mean no university or college...

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      Virginia CollegeFraud

      I have been a student since May 16, 2010, I have yet to receive my financial aid, that I have been try Call back in two weeks", or they say not all of your paperwork is in, the paperwork has been in since June 1, 2010. I am trying to transfer to a college that actually wants me as a student, the credits can not be transferred . Tell me what is wrong with this picture. i already owe huge amounts in student loans, and I have not seen a dime of that money. Someone is lining their pockets, and when I emailed the Dean of student services, Tom Brown, he does not have the guts to even respond, So I guess his hand is in the cookie jar also.

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          Harley James May 31, 2011

          The following editorial first appeared in the San Jose Mercury News:

          Though leaders in the House of Representatives insist their No. 1 priority is cutting government spending, it’s clear they have other goals. Among them is protecting the for-profit college industry, even though some of its practices waste untold millions in tax dollars and hurt poor and minority students.

          For months, the Department of Education has been working to develop the so-called “gainful employment” rule, which would help ensure that students attending for-profit colleges will be able to earn enough after they graduate to repay their federal loans. While the for-profit education sector — which includes colleges such as the University of Phoenix — enrolls just 12 percent of students, it takes in a quarter of student aid and accounts for 43 percent of loan defaults. Reform is clearly needed.

          So it was astonishing last month to see GOP lawmakers in the House, along with about 50 Democrats, pass legislation that blocked funding to implement the gainful employment rule. These lawmakers claim they’re concerned the rule will limit access to college. The truth is that it will limit the profits of their campaign contributors.

          Republicans in the Senate are trying to pass a similar measure. We hope California Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer will help lead the effort to block it.

          The rule will affect only the 5 percent of programs that do an egregiously bad job, leaving students with no career prospects and with debt they can’t repay. It will require a two-part test to measure program graduates’ ability to pay back the loans. Failing both tests knocks a program out of the federal student aid program, which is funded by taxpayers and makes up a majority of these companies’ revenue.

          Republican leaders beholden to the for-profit institutions are undercutting their proclaimed commitment to reduced and responsible spending.

          Even if the deficit were not more than $1 trillion a year, taxpayers should not be subsidizing for-profit colleges that don’t educate their students.

          Where is the tea party when we need it?

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          Alex T Feb 15, 2011
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          No, the media is not picking on for-profits for a reason, everything negative that has been written about them is true. Being a former employee, I saw students tricked into enrolling into degree programs that couldn't even read or write. Many employees were threatened, harassed, and bullied by campus and corporate administrators for not making their quotas or retaining students. Those who stay in this type of environment and prey on these students are only motivated by GREED! These top level executives and campus presidents are getting rich with Title IV funds (U.S. gov't financial aid). When employers see that a student graduates from this college, their resumes go in the "*** no" pile. Students be aware!

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        Virginia College Online — Fraud

        I was looking for a paralegal college online and I just found out that this college is not regionally...

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