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U.S. Ed Dept. comes to aid of CT students of shuttered for-profit school – The CT Mirror

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The U.S. Department of Education has come to the aid of hundreds of Ridley-Lowell Business & Technical Institute students whose education came to an abrupt end last week when the school shut down without warning.

The Education Department said it would offer the same help to the Ridley-Lowell students that it offered others who had enrolled in now-defunct for-profit schools like ITT Technical Institutes and Corinthian College Inc. Included in that help is the students’ ability to file claims that allow them to have most, or all, of their student loans discharged.

Ridley-Lowell had two campuses in Connecticut, one in Danbury and another in New London.

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