Why did Brown Mackie close?

Why did Brown Mackie close?

In June 2016, EDMC announced plans to close all but four Brown Mackie campuses due to severe drops in enrollment following lawsuits that cost the college system millions, damaged its reputation, and puts its accreditation in jeopardy. Enrolled students were allowed to finish their degrees prior to closing.

How do I get a copy of my diploma from Brown Mackie College?

Transcripts, diplomas and education verifications are only available through Parchment. Visit : https://www.parchment.com/u/registration/29715511/account for more information and to order.

How do I get my transcripts from Brown Mackie?

Student Transcripts Former students may request their transcripts here – https://www.brownmackie.edu/admissions/closed-school- information.

When did Brown Mackie South Bend close?

Education Management Corp., the parent company that operates Brown Mackie, announced the closures on Friday, June 10. The Michigan City, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis and Merrillville campuses will also close. The South Bend campus will remain open through at least June 2018, the South Bend Tribune reported.

How do you get transcripts from a closed college?

If the school has closed, visit the department of higher education in the state in which the college you attended was located. There should be a link to request transcripts from closed schools.

How do I get my transcripts if my school is closed?

What If My School Closed? In the event that your school no longer exists, you’ll need to request your transcripts from the Department of Education in the state where you attended school. The US Department of Education has a searchable list by state that you can access by clicking here.

What happens if my college closes?

When most schools close, they enter into a teach-out agreement for their students with one or a few nearby colleges. By entering into a teach-out program, you keep the credits you earned, but you won’t be eligible for closed school discharge, which forgives your student loans.