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Heald College is a private career college that specializing in the following careers Healthcare, Business, Legal and Technology. They also award Associate in Applied Science degrees, Associate of Arts degrees, Diplomas and Certificates.They offer classes during the day, evening and part-time.
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- This business has no rating because it is out of business.
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Type of Entity
Business ManagementMs. Leah Cope, VP of Human Resources Ms. Eeva Deshon, President & CEO Mr. Eric Rajasalu, Senior Vice President Marketing and Admissions
Number of Employees
Schools - Business & Vocational
Service AreaWestern United States and Hawaii
Out of Business
On April 26, 2015 BBB was notified that Corinthian Colleges the parent company of Heald College, Everest College, Wyotech and Everest College Phoenix, ceased operations and all campuses closed on Monday, April 27, 2015.
If you have an individual claim against Corinthian Colleges you may consider contacting an attorney to explore your options. For referral to a lawyer, you may contact the State Bar at 1-866-217-0340 (toll free in California) or 415-538-2250 (from outside California).
On March 25, 2016 the US Department of Education announced that students who were defrauded at 91 former Corinthian Colleges, Inc., campuses nationwide have a path to loan forgiveness under evidence uncovered by the Department while working with multiple state attorneys generals. Students who attended Corinthian schools can apply for debt relief through a form posted here https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/about/announcements/corinthian.
The Department is also reaching out to those students through postal mail, email, partner organizations and other means.