Inside Higher Ed, 3/15/12


Westwood College will pay $4.5 million to settle a case alleging that the school "inflated its job placement rates and misled prospective students about the average wages of graduates, transferability of course credits and the total cost of Westwood degrees." The College will pay $2 million to Colorado and use the remaining $2.5 million as a restitution fund for students in the College's tuition financing plan.

AuthorKeith Blakeman
CategoriesLegal Actions