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What you are describing is either breach of contract
, if you can identify the actual promises not performed in your enrollment agreements. Or, it's a fraud, assuming that you have literature or testimony
of witnesses who all believe that the school misrepresented its offerings to you (individually and collectively).
Assuming as you allege, there are many students who believe they have been deceived, then you can contact a civil litigation
attorney and collectively sue to recover your tuition and damages for the time wasted in the program.
Most of the time, these types of claims are practically impossible to win -- because only one student is complaining. But, if you've got an entire class complaining, then it could be a "slam dunk."
If you would like a link to a reputable lawyer referral service, please let me know and I will be happy to provide.
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