FBI Raids 2 Campuses of Shuttered For-Profit College

Career College Central Summary:

  • Federal Bureau of Investigation agents on Tuesday raided two campuses of Anamarc College as well as the home of the shuttered for-profit institution’s owners, the El Paso Times reported.
  • The agents searched one of the college’s two campuses in El Paso, Tex., and its campus in Santa Teresa, N.M.
  • The college closed in June because of financial troubles.
  • It offered programs in medical fields and at one point enrolled more than 1,200 students on three campuses.
  • FBI officials said they were executing search warrants at the three locations, but the nature of those searches was not immediately clear.

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