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Future uncertain for students caught up in Corinthian's collapse
Future uncertain for students caught up in Corinthian's collapse

Tiffany Johnson wishes that she could put Heald College behind her and get a fresh start elsewhere. But as one of tens of thousands of students caught up in the collapse of Corinthian Colleges Inc., her options are bleak: Continue pursuing what she believes will be a worthless credential, or drop out with nearly $26,000 in debt. “I feel like I'm just stuck,” said Johnson, 26, a medical assisting student at Heald College-Hayward in the East Bay. “I have no choice. I'm going to have to finish.” Orange County-based Corinthian Colleges is preparing to sell off the bulk of its schools amid federal and state investigations. Meanwhile, students at 85 schools...

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