Complaint: IN 2014 U finished my 26th of 38 credits toward a program called: Masters in Special Education for Certified Special Educators. At this time I chose to put my graduate program on hold. I was pregnant with my 3rd child and very ill. At the time I planned to return to school right after my child’s birth. However, shortly after my son was born my husband lost his job and I had to return to work in order to support my family. Hoping I could return to my graduate program when my life was more manageable, I put my classes on hold again. I wanted to be able to gove all of my focus to a graduate degree in order to maintain my current GPA of 4.0. When I applied to ttrutnr to school in 2016 I was told that the graduate program I was a pat of was no longer in existance. With only 3 classes left in until earning my masters, my entire program was gone. I was current on my loans at this time, but could not afford to pay for all 26 past credits earned and start over with a brand new program. I sumitted an appeal in July of 2016. At that time I begged the University to “grandfather”” me in as they would normally do if I was a student with only 2 classes remaining attempted to return to a program after being gone for over 6 months and/or returning after a program had changed. I was requesting special permission because i only had 3 classes remaining until earning a Masters in Special Education

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Address: with 4 credits in each class

Website: I chose to continue researching other possible resolutions. Now I am in default on my loans

Phone: I could not afford to start over. The Universities response came over 8 weeks later. They informed me that they could not grandfather me in. However

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