Dowling College

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Dowling College

As you may have heard, Dowling College has had all accreditation stripped by the Commission of Higher Education, and the college must officially close it’s doors on August 31, 2016. Currently, Dowling College sit’s somewhere around $54 Million in debt leaving many students wondering where all of their high tuition payments have been going.

Fortunately, due to recent updates with student loan forgiveness programs, students of Dowling College may qualify for loan forgiveness. There are varying circumstances around the loan forgiveness, but if you are a victim to this predatory for-profit school that is shutting down we highly advise you call us too see how we can help. To see if you qualify, and learn what steps to take next, give us a call at (877) 597-0080.

Timeline of Events

In January 1963, Adelphi Suffolk College purchased the former W.K. Vanderbilt estate in Oakdale to formally create Dowling College, which severed its ties with Adelphi in 1968 and was renamed after its chief benefactor city planner and aviator Robert Dowling.
On May 31, 2016, the college president, Albert Inserra, announced the closure of the college, after the institution failed to find an academic partner to keep the school afloat.
Middle States Commission on Higher Education revoked the college's accreditation on June 23, 2016.
Dowling College must officially close its doors on August 31, 2016.
Student Loan Forgiveness

In cases of for-profit school closures: There are several student loan forgiveness programs available that you may qualify for.

If you attended Dowling College, regardless of when you attended, you may qualify for partial or even full loan forgiveness.

You Are Not Alone With Student Loan Debt

What Other Students Have Said About Dowling College

" this school sucks. im transferring out after only one semester. i had 3 horrible professors"

"Living on campus is guarantee the worst"

"I received an honors scholarship but was told that I could not use it even if the program was prearranged by the school"

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