$50M Class Action Lawsuit issued against Niagara College

August 18, 2015


Thomson Rogers has issued a class action lawsuit against Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology on behalf of recent graduates of the General Arts and Science Diploma Transfer Program (“GAS” Program).

The claim specifically alleges that Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology improperly marketed and promoted its two year “GAS” Program to international students with the promise that completion of this program would qualify them for a three year work permit. However, because Niagara College’s GAS Program consisted of primarily online courses, recent graduating students have, to their surprise and dismay, been denied work permits.

For more information, click on the following link: Niagara College Class Action

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