Corinthian Colleges Looks to Close or Sell Schools Due to Lack of Revenue
Corinthian Colleges, a for-profit college with 72,000 current students, looks to close down operations and sell almost 100 schools in the United States and Canada. The college relies heavily on government funds—$1.4 billion last year—and faces a loss of that source due to reports that the college lied to students and investors about job placement rates for graduates. The college also faces difficulty in finding buyers due to a decrease in college enrollment in the for-profit college sector. Corinthian College reported a net loss of $94 million and a cash cushion that “shrank from $46.6 million to $28 million.”
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