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Are false financial aid promises a breach of contract?

1 Answers. Asked on Aug 20th, 2017 on Education Law - Connecticut
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I enrolled at a private massage therapy school because they told me i would qualify for grants that would cover my tuition. 5 months later after trying a few different processes the government agreed to give me said grants but the school refused to accept them saying i "didnt meet the state standards to recieve them" which was a lie, now im 6,000 in debt for schooling i didnt finish and i feel scammed and i want my money back. i have no money so idk if id even be able to pursue a legal case but would i be able to if i wanted?
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Answered on Aug 29th, 2017 at 9:22 AM

It is possible that based on fraudulent promises you may be elgible to discharge student loans, but I do not think you have a breach of contract case.

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