I was attending a Tech school.. Tucson College. I got a student loan for the PCT course. I attended about a month. I had issues with the teacher, giving us test answers and the actual test as a study guide. She didn't do her presentations like she was supposed to.
I complained to the Head of the school and nothing happened. So I told them I wasn't going to pay to be there if they weren't going to teach me anything.
Short story short I got through the CNA course about 2 weeks into the PCT program and dropped out. They kept the 2,900 I gave them, the 4,600 in student loans. For the course I took I should only owe roughly 1,000$ They had lead me to believe the part of the student loan I hadn't used would be returned.
How can they keep the loan for class I did not attend, and what can I do about this?Update:
Should of known it was a rip off when they charge 2,000 for a CNA course and I found places that would do it for 400 afterward including the red cross.
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Immediately contact your student loan lender.
You will owe for the first 'semester' usually, since you were attending and chose to drop out, that 'space' in the classes cannot be made up. They are entitled to payment for that portion only, until the next new session. .
However, you should file a complaint with the Dept. of Education for your state, as well as in writing to the school. Your complaint against the instructor should be well documented, and turned in. Some 'instructors' do little to earn a paycheck, and the students deserve better.