Sanford-Brown Loan Forgiveness

For Federal Student Loans

As you may well know, Sanford-Brown Colleges and Institutes have closed their doors. This left many students, just like you, scrambling and unsure about their student loans. However all hope is not lost, there are several Obama student loan forgiveness programs available that you may qualify for. There are varying circumstances around the loan forgiveness, but if you are a victim to these predatory for-profit schools we highly advise you call us too see how we can help. To see if you qualify, and learn what steps to take next, give us a call at 877-676-4096

With the incoming Donald Trump administration and the Republican-majority Congress, parts of Obama’s student loan forgiveness program could be dismantled. Specifically, the incoming administration may choose to end rules that make it easier for students who were defrauded by for-profit colleges to have their loans forgiven. Don’t wait until it’s too late, call today to speak to a loan specialist.

Timeline of Events

1911

George W. Brown developed a chain of business schools in the early 1900s. The chain included 29 locations by 1911.

1972

In 1972, Sanford-Brown moved from St. Louis to St. Ann, Missouri.

1994

Sanford-Brown was purchased by Whitman Education Group, Inc. in 1994

2011

Auditors found widespread problems, which led to the resignation of the company’s Chief Executive and the firing of 15 career services employees.

2012

Career Education Corporation announced in December 2012, that they would begin a gradual “teach-out” of numerous Sanford–Brown campuses throughout the United States.

2013

A settlement agreement was reached with the New York Attorney General and CEC agreed to establish a $9.25 million restitution fund for students who were misled from the 2009 through 2012 school years.

1920

In 1920, W.S. Sanford purchased a St. Louis location from Brown’s network and renamed it the Sanford- Brown Business College.

1992

The ‘business’ part of the name was dropped in 1992.

2007

Twelve former students filed a lawsuit against Sanford–Brown College and its parent company, Career Education Corporation, alleging that Sanford–Brown engaged in aggressive and misleading recruiting tactics and misled them about the transferability of Sanford–Brown’s credits and the nature of its curriculum, training, and faculty.

2015

On May 7, 2015 Career Education Corporation announced the closure of the remaining 14 schools. They will no longer accept new applicants and currently enrolled students will be given at least 18 months to complete their programs.

Sanford-Brown Loan Forgiveness

In cases of for-profit school closures: There are several Obama student loan forgiveness programs available that you may qualify for.

If you attended any Sanford-Brown school, regardless of when you attended, you may qualify for partial or even full loan forgiveness.

I'm so glad I found this website! After attending Sanford-Brown in Houston, I wasn't able to find a job in my field and got stuck with over 30 grand in loans. Thankfully, I'm now paying $0/month and will have my loans forgiven at the end of the term! Thanks guys!

Carly Young, Dallas

You guys are amazing to provide such wonderful service. Thank you so much!

Jeff Gemmell, Orange County

My student loan payments went from $423 a month to $0 a month, and after 10 years of paying nothing they get forgiven. This is amazing!

Mark Levin, Wisconsin

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