Eight former students at Daymar Institute, which used to be called Draughons Junior College, are accusing the school of deceit over promises it made regarding career placement and transfer credits and say it employed “highly unqualified faculty,” among other things. Pierce Greenberg has the details on the $25 million complaint.
Kentucky's attorney general has sued the owner of the Daymar Institute colleges of failing to meet accreditation standards and fleecing students buying textbooks on its campuses. Jack Conway said Wednesday up to 5,000 students may have been affected. Daymar offers nearly 20 programs — many of them for health care workers — at its three Middle Tennessee campuses.