Corinthian College student: 'We just wanted to finish what we started'
For-profit college giant Corinthian College announced Sunday that it was closing all its campuses, effective immediately - and now 16,000 students don't know what to do next.Recent Heald College graduate Ryan Shirley participated in a small rally Monday to protest the schools' closing, speaking to the Sacramento Bee about the effects of Corinthian's announcement. Heald College is one of the schools that was owned by Corinthian.
Watch Shirley's full interview with the Sacramento Bee below:
"It's just really sad because a lot of people put a lot of time and effort to accomplish these goals, only to have them stripped away from us at a moment's notice," he said.
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