Interactive Tool for Corinthian Students
Corinthian Student Informaton
The California Attorney General created this tool to help former Corinthian students learn more about their rights and how to protect them. This tool has been updated on March 25, 2016.
Answer the following questions as best as you can. Your answers will result in a personalized resource sheet that can be downloaded or emailed to yourself for future reference. Your personal resource sheet will tell you what forms of relief you may be eligible for and how you can connect with people and local organizations that can help.
This tool is not legal advice. It is not a replacement for speaking to others who might be able to help, including your local legal aid office, state and federal educational officials, and financial aid offices at your local public colleges. This tool is intended for Corinthian students with federal loans.
Thank you for your interest, but this tool was designed for current and former students of the Corinthian Colleges.
If you want to learn more about student loan relief, you may visit the National Consumer Law Center’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project: http://www.studentloanborrowerassistance.org/.
If you live in California, you may find local resources (such as free legal aid) by visiting https://oag.ca.gov/consumers/general/corinthian-colleges and selecting the Corinthian Colleges campus nearest you.
You can find your nearest legal aid organization by searching here.
You can find your nearest community college by searching here.
You can find your nearest American Job Center by searching here.