Corinthian Colleges Inc. on Tuesday announced that it would sell two of its six WyoTech campuses, located in California and Florida. The for-profit has yet to secure a buyer, according to a corporate filing, and will discontinue operations at the campuses until one is found. WyoTech's academic programs focus primarily on automotive technology. In March Corinthian announced the sale or closure of seven of its Everest College campuses, which had been struggling financially.
- Corinthian's failure (and U.S. role in it) fuels for-profit critics
- U.S. Department of Education says additional Corinthian campuses misled students
- Guaranty agency buys most of crumbling for-profit Corinthian Colleges in U.S.
- Corinthian Colleges contemplates sale amid declining enrollment and revenue
- Colleges and the Education Department scramble to help former Corinthian students amid largest college shutdown
- For-profit chain works with feds on phase-out plan
- Corinthian ends operations at remaining campuses, affecting 16,000 students
- Guaranty agency buys half of Corinthian Colleges and forgives $480 million in student debt
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