Everest Institute was a system of for-profit colleges in the United States. There are currently sixteen Everest Institute campuses in the system. The various campuses offer career-training programs in business, health care, and technology.
The system of schools was previously owned by Corinthian Colleges, Inc. The company had a high loan default rate: 19% of students were defaulting on their student loans two years after attending, and 58% of students were failing to make payments on their student loans three years after attending.
In 2012, Everest College in Hayward, California was issued a "Notice to Comply" by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education for multiple violations, including engaging in "prohibited business practices."
- "Corinthian Colleges Updates Guidance for Q3 11 New Student Enrollment and Provides Estimated Average 2010 Cohort Default Rate", The Wall Street Journal, 14 March 2011
- Tamar Lewin, "Flurry of Data as Rules Near for Commercial Colleges", New York Times, 4 February 2011
- , "Corinthian Sale Goes Thru", 4 February 2015
- Notice to Comply, California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education, 2012
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