DeVry Alumni Slam School's 'Lies, Lies, Lies' In Latest Suit
Law360 (August 14, 2019, 7:15 PM EDT) -- Former DeVry University students say their alma mater lured tens of thousands of individuals to the for-profit college system using impressive graduate employment statistics that turned out to be “lies, lies, lies,” according to a proposed class action filed Tuesday in California federal court.
It’s the latest of many suits Illinois-based DeVry has faced over its advertising, which touted significantly higher incomes for its graduates and a 90% employment rate for graduates in their degree areas within six months of graduation. In 2016, those statistics were revealed to be unsubstantiated, and since then, the university has fielded litigation from the Federal...
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