As you may have heard, ICDC College and its institutes have closed their doors for good. After May 20, 2016 the school ceased all instruction and no longer offers online or classroom-based degrees.
The sudden closure left many ICDC students scrambling to figure out their next steps. Many people enrolled at ICDC to better their lives and in hopes of getting started on a successful career path.
While those attending the school during it’s closure had to make quick moves to continue their degrees, those who hold a degree from ICDC are also left to figure out what they’ll do with a degree from a school that no longer exists.
This is a tough spot to be in as some graduates are finding employers much less ready to accept degrees from ICDC since news broke of the closure. This means those with student loans are having to pay for a college degree they may not be able to use going forward.
However, this doesn’t stop loan collectors from calling and collecting on this debt. On top of having to figure out what to do with their degree from a closed school, graduates are also required to make payments towards the loans.
The good news is there is a light at the end of this tunnel. Obama Student Loan Forgiveness programs are available and you may qualify if you attended ICDC College!
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 (844) 607-0511.
ICDC College was founded on November 13, 1995 as International Career Development Center, Inc., by Anna Berger, an educator and CPA.
ICDC College was granted permission to offer Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) programs. Also in 2008, ICDC College created an online branch of its main campus.
The South Bay Branch Campus and Los Angeles Main Campus (Hollywood) closed in 2013, with the latter location now being officially referred to as the ICDC College Main Campus.
ICDC College ceased admitting new students and announced that it would close down it's campuses. ICDC officially acknowledged the cease of operations, effective on May 20, 2016.
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