Kentucky Attorney General Sues a For-Profit

July 28, 2011

Kentucky's attorney general, Jack Conway, on Wednesday sued Daymar College, charging the for-profit institution with overcharging students for textbooks, misleading students about financial aid and failing to offer accurate information about the ability of students to transfer credit to other institutions, The Louisville Courier-Journal reported. Conway has been leading an inquiry into the practices of for-profit colleges in the state. A Daymar spokesman said the college denies allegations, and plans to defend itself in court.

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