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I went to an UNaccredited school they would soon be accredited... the accreditation never came and now I have credits I can't transfer can I sue?

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 05th, 2017 on Education Law - New York
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Not to mention they gave 2 students back their entire tuition and signed off on them to take their LPN exam since they failed out of a RN program the last semester. When I asked to also be allowed to take the LPN exam I was told no however Doesn't the other two girls whom got lawyers set the precedent? Do I have a case? And I used my GI bill which isn't an unlimited benefit...so being that I was told it would be accredited and I used my benefit to attend and now I hAve 65 credits I can't transfer anywhere and no more of my benefits
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Answered on Jun 09th, 2017 at 11:18 AM

If you can prove that you were lied to then you have a case.

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