Platt College Offers Help To Students After Vatterott Suddenly Closes
TULSA, Oklahoma - Platt College says its opening its doors to those impacted by the sudden closure of Vatterott College.
Platt's director of admissions says the school will be visiting with students one-on-one Wednesday to talk about finishing their degrees and help them get their transcripts.
This comes just two days after the for-profit school suddenly closed all of its campuses nationwide leaving students wondering what would happen next.
"Shows how much you care about your students ... not even a warning ... just throw them aside. It's all about money I guess," said student Tyler Gonzalez
Platt College says it wants to interview faculty and staff who lost their jobs at Vatterott to see if there's a place for them at Platt. The college is also hosting information sessions Thursday and Friday.