Run the other way

When you see these kinds of recruiting tactics.

Eight Ways to Avoid For-Profit School Scams
On one hand, this growth is good news for students: more options make it easier to find the massage-therapy certification that the local community college didn't offer or to take courses online instead of commuting to a classroom. But the profit motive can be a nasty thing: investigative reporters and government inspectors have caught for-profit colleges using all sorts of underhanded tactics that hit students in the pocketbook, from overcharging for classes to pushing applicants toward unnecessary education loans to exaggerating the prospects of getting a job with one of their degrees. In short, for-profits sometimes pull shenanigans that do not put students' interests first.


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