KXAN Viewers say there was no warning as they showed up to find liked this a notice on the college doors. On Vantages website , the college says they are closing as of Thursday, click after federal student aid funds to the school were cut off. Vantage has five locations in the state: two in El Paso, two locations in San Antonioand one in Austin at 314 E. Highland Mall Blvd. The school says the U.S. Department of Educationhas been conducting a review of the institution, and because it has not been completed, the college says, they are not able to address concerns the department might have. The College is reviewing optionsfor you to complete your academic programs at other post secondaryinstitutions in the community, and we have identified several explanation institutions that have comparable academic programs and may provide credit for coursework completed on a satisfactory academic basis at our school, they said in a statement. I want to again tell you how sorry I and the leadership of the College are that we have not been able to overcome our financial difficulty and keep the College open. Anyone with questions on the closure is asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org and by checking their website periodically for updates. In October 2016, Career Point College closed , similarly giving students no warning as they showed up to find a note on the door.
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