FRAMINGHAM (CBS) – In January, hundreds of students working their way toward getting a job were shocked when they found their school abruptly closed.
American Career Institute shut down without warning, leaving only a note on the door. The school later said they had to close due to their inability to access additional credit.
Since then, students have been scrambling to find schools that will accept the class credits they have already earned.
Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation Undersecretary Barbara Anthony told WBZ-TV, her office has identified 11 schools with 27 locations across the state that will accept ACI credits if they want to continue their education.
Two information sessions are planned for Wednesday at 1000 Washington Street in Boston. One session is from 4-to-6 p.m. and a second session will be held from 6-to-8 p.m.
At the meetings, students can also pick up their student records.