A Worthless Degree? To Change Rules For Which Colleges Stay to Open or Close
Going to Brightwood College in the 2019 fall semester was supposed to be a safe bet. So thousands of students enrolled across the country.
For those students and others, a degree is supposed to be a lifeline. They sink in time and money that could be spent in the workforce, all for the prospect of higher earnings and a more fulfilling career.
But Brightwood students' investment didn't pay off. What's more, a regulatory group had signed off on the college's programs - only to change its mind.