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Are you burdened with debt from American Intercontinental University?

American InterContinental University (AIU) is a for-profit university with open admissions owned by Career Education Corporation. AIU’s parent company, Career Education Corporation has been investigated by the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Allegations specific to AIU include reports that the Los Angeles campus misrepresented its programs and classes, made a practice of admitting students who had not graduated from high school, and included in its enrollment numbers students who had never attended class. One of the most outspoken critics of AIU and CEC has been AIU’s founder Steve Bostic, who alleged in 2005 that “CECO’s Board has allowed management to lose sight of the Company’s primary mission of providing quality education services; under these directors, CECO management has sacrificed the quality of student programs, resulting in the severe escalation of student attrition – all for the sake of a ‘top-line growth strategy’ that cannot be sustained.” On June 21, 2005, the U.S. Department of Education put a freeze on approving CEC’s new applications for additional campuses or acquisitions while it examined the company’s financial records and compliance with federal student aid regulations. In 2009, AIU whisteblowers alleged that AIU enrolled students who were illiterate and did not possess high school degrees. In 2014, a media source reported that an American Intercontinental student incurred $73,000 in debt. American Intercontinental University is currently under heightened cash monitoring by the US Department of Education “to provide additional oversight of cash management.”

The for-profit industry is spiraling downward, which is great news for former students. Programs have now opened allowing students to find relief from their student loans obtained at these dishonest for-profit institutions. If you attended American Intercontinental University, call (877) 515-0185 to see if you qualify for student loan forgiveness. We can also assist you with your private student loans.

AIU's Shady Background

2007

Parent Company Investigated

AIU’s parent company, Career Education Corporation has been investigated by the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Allegations specific to AIU include reports that the Los Angeles campus misrepresented its programs and classes, made a practice of admitting students who had not graduated from high school, and included in its enrollment numbers students who had never attended class. A CEC representative stated in July 2007 that the issues at AIU’s Los Angeles campus “have been addressed and most have long been resolved.”

2005

AIU's Founder Speaks AGAINST University

One of the most outspoken critics of AIU and CEC has been AIU’s founder Steve Bostic, who alleged in 2005 that “CECO’s Board has allowed management to lose sight of the Company’s primary mission of providing quality education services; under these directors, CECO management has sacrificed the quality of student programs, resulting in the severe escalation of student attrition – all for the sake of a ‘top-line growth strategy’ that cannot be sustained.”

2005

U.S. Department Of Education Freezes New Applications

On June 21, 2005, the U.S. Department of Education put a freeze on approving CEC’s new applications for additional campuses or acquisitions while it examined the company’s financial records and compliance with federal student aid regulations. This restriction was lifted in January 2007.

2009

Whistle Blown

In 2009, AIU whisteblowers alleged that AIU enrolled students who were illiterate and did not possess high school degrees.

2014

Student Debt Crisis

In 2014, a media source reported that an American Intercontinental student incurred $73,000 in debt. American Intercontinental University is currently under heightened cash monitoring by the US Department of Education “to provide additional oversight of cash management.”

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