Calif. for-profit pays $687,000 settlement in fraud case
- San Diego for-profit college United State University agreed Monday to a $687,000 settlement in a fraud case involving its former financial aid director.
- The former financial aid director, 60-year-old Christina Miller, pleaded guilty to the fraud charges, admitting that she falsified student applications to hide their existing undergraduate degrees so they could qualify for Pell Grants.
- The fraud occurred between December 2008 and February 2011, and Miller is set to be sentenced on June 27.
From the article:
... U.S. Attorney Laura E. Duffy said in a release Monday that United States University agreed to the settlement, and former Financial Aid Director Christina Miller pleaded guilty to fraud charges. ...
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