If you are experiencing
a problem with the school you are attending and cannot resolve
it with the appropriate school officials, the Commission may
be able to help.
Many complaints can be
resolved with Commission intervention. To best serve
you, please complete this
form and submit it to the Commission as indicated on the
form. Staff will process the complaint and work with you
and the school to reach a resolution.
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Students who were
attending a school at the time of closure are instructed to
complete the student
refund claim form instead of a complain form.
Currently, the Commission is accepting claim forms for ITT
Technical Institute, North Las Vegas, ITT Technical Institute
Henderson and Gold Star Gaming. Claims must be submitted
within 1 year of the school closure to be considered for
refund. Student refunds are based on the amount of
funding available with the student indemnification account and
are not guaranteed. Since the Commission is
required to collect surety prior to refunds being issued, we
encourage students to file claims as soon as possible.
Students must provide
the claim form, enrollment agreement and proof of payment to
be considered by the Commission.
Refund Claim Form
with Federal Loans
of Education Updates concerning ITT Technical Institute
who attended ITT and did not complete their course of
education can apply at the following local campuses. Only
Asher College has developed a full transfer agreement with the
Commission. Student who would like more information
about a college can contact our office at 702-486-7330 for
College - Transfer Agreement for General Education and many
technical courses at the Associate level.
University - Individual Student Evaluation. Bachelor level
of Phoenix - Individual Student Evaluation. Bachelor level
College - Waiving application fee and discounted
tuition. Associate level
Funded Tuition (Financial Aid)
you initiated a loan through the U.S. Department of
Education’s Title IV program (Direct loan,
Unsubsidized, Subsidized, Perkins, etc.), you may be
eligible for loan discharge.
U.S. Department of Education has information online to
help you determine if you are eligible for loan
may also get more information by calling:
(800) 433-3243 or (877) 557-2575
regards to these loans and their discharge, be advised
that calls or inquiries to the Commission on
Postsecondary Education (CPE) will not be returned since
we have no additional information.
The loans and potential discharge is under the
jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Education, not the CPE.