The state attorney general’s office doesn’t have an answer yet but says they’re looking into how defunct Globe University’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing could affect students receiving refunds of their tuition and other educational expenses. The courts authorized it after finding that Globe and Minnesota School of Business didn’t tell criminal justice students their degrees would not meet requirements for becoming police and probation officers in Minnesota. About 13-hundred students are affected. The state and federal governments also have claims against Globe and M-S-B.
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