Daymar College settling with former students

Former students of Daymar College will share $1.2 million.

The for-profit Kentucky company was accused of duping students into enrolling through bogus claims about job placement and transferring credits.

Daymar once had nine campuses in Kentucky, but now has four. One campus was in Paducah.

The agreement calls for the school to pay $1.4 million to Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway’s office, which would keep $200,000 to pay attorney fees.

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