Charlotte School of Law says it on the verge of being approved for student loans for the coming school year. The federal government, citing chronic problems with the school’s admissions, curriculum and bar exam test scores, cut off most of the money last year.
Charlotte School of Law says it on the verge of being approved for student loans for the coming school year. The federal government, citing chronic problems with the school’s admissions, curriculum and bar exam test scores, cut off most of the money last year. Observer file
Charlotte School of Law says it on the verge of being approved for student loans for the coming school year. The federal government, citing chronic problems with the school’s admissions, curriculum and bar exam test scores, cut off most of the money last year. Observer file

Federal loans set to return to struggling Charlotte School of Law

July 31, 2017 5:51 PM

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