Is it unreasonable to expect a college student to take a modicum of responsibility and look into the job prospects and salary possibilities in the field they are studying, especially if they are attending a school like a art institute or fashion school and the like?
Apparently it is? And because there is no responsibility you will pay for their folly.
The office (a new Student Aid Enforcement Unit within the Education Department will review the thousands of applications the agency has received from borrowers demanding to have their loans forgiven on the grounds their schools misled them about their chances of getting a good job.
John King, the Education Department’s acting secretary, made clear the office’s focus will be on corporate-owned career colleges. Such schools have drawn the ire of thousands of students—a disproportionate share of them poor, black and Hispanic—who took out huge sums of debt over the past decade but haven’t found the well-paying jobs they say they were promised. WSJ 2-9-16