State Attorney General Information

State attorneys general are spearheading the outreach effort to former Corinthian students and can provide state specific resources to former Corinthian students, as well as information on loan discharge through the U.S. Department of Education and other resources for student borrowers. For more information, see the list of state attorney general contact information and state specific resources for student borrowers below.


STATE TELEPHONE WEBSITE OTHER INFORMATION
Arizona

If you have any questions or concerns about this mailing, please contact the Arizona Attorney General Consumer Information and Complaints Unit at (602) 542-5763

   
California  

oag.ca.gov/Corinthian

 
Hawaii

The Hawaii Post-Secondary Education Authorization Program (HPEAP) of the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, can be reached at (808) 586-7327. Go to HPEAP’s website for information on requesting Heald College Honolulu transcripts.

HPEAP information for Heald College Honolulu former students can be found at: cca.hawaii.gov/hpeap/for-heald-college-students.

Illinois

The Illinois Attorney General’s Office has a Student Loan Helpline (1-800-455-2456; TTY: 1-800-964-3013) to provide struggling student borrowers with free resources about repayment options and information on avoiding default.

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s Office has a Student Lending website with information and resources for student borrowers, including former Corinthian students. You can find this information at: www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov.

 
Kansas

If you have any questions or concerns about this mailing, please contact the Kansas Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division at 1-800-432-2310.

www.ag.ks.gov/in-your-corner-kansas/home

Any questions or concerns will be addressed free of charge.
Kentucky

If you have any questions or concerns about this mailing, please contact the Kentucky Attorney General’s Consumer Hotline at 888-432-9257.

ag.ky.gov

In April 2017, Attorney General Beshear announced that approximately 2,000 Kentuckians are eligible for federal debt relief after being victimized by predatory practices by Corinthian Colleges Inc. Beshear’s office is notifying eligible students by letter of the cancellation of their federal student loans used to attend Corinthian schools. Students whose federal loans are canceled will not have to make further payments on the loan and any payments made by the student will be refunded. For more information, click here.
Maine

207-626-8849 or toll-free 1-800-436-2131.

www.maine.gov/ag

Email: consumer.mediation@maine.gov

Maryland

Former students of Corinthian Colleges may contact the Maryland Higher Education Commission with questions about the closure by calling 1-800-974-0203.

Information for former Corinthian Colleges students about transferring to other schools and answers to other frequently asked questions can be found at the Maryland Higher Education Commission website at: mhec.maryland.gov/pages/itt.aspx.

The Maryland Attorney General’s Office provides assistance free of charge.

More information about the Consumer Protection Division’s efforts for former Corinthian students can be found here: www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/press/2017/041217.pdf.

You can file a complaint against ITT with the Consumer Protection Division here: www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/Complaints/general.aspx.

Massachusetts  

www.mass.gov/ago/studentloans

 
Montana If you have any questions or concerns about this mailing, please contact the Montana Attorney General’s Office Consumer Protection Division at 1-800-481-6896 or 406-444-4500. Emails can also be sent to contactocp@mt.gov.

A press release from Montana Attorney General Tim Fox can be viewed at: dojmt.gov/news.

Correspondence concerning eligible Wyotech students will be sent by separate mailing.
New Mexico  

www.nmag.gov/corinthian-college-closure.aspx

New York  

ag.ny.gov/information-for-everest-students

Oregon

If you have any questions or concerns about this mailing, please contact the Oregon Attorney General’s Consumer Hotline at 1-877-877-9392.

   
Washington

The Washington State Attorney General’s Office Consumer Resource Center can be reached at 1-800-551-4636 or TTY 1-800-833-6388. Follow the voice prompts for student loan issues.

The Washington State Attorney General’s Office provides information for student loan borrowers, including a Student Loan Survival Guide, available at: www.atg.wa.gov/studentloanresources.

The Washington State Attorney General’s Office provides assistance free of charge.