Jenna Richardson, a former Mid-Continent student, told WPSD that she isn't sure the demands are accurate. “I am going to keep fighting with all of the other students that were affected,” Richardson said. “We’re going to come up with some kind of solution.”
Tim Walker, vice president of administration and finance, said Monday that the students who were sued had refused to address their unpaid bills despite the college working "with students every day" to offer "very favorable" repayment plans and discounts. “It’s the last part of the bankruptcy. It takes a long time,” Walker said.
West Kentucky and Tennessee Telecommunications purchased the university campus last year for $1.8 million with plans to build a technology park, WKMS reported.