Tensions and frustrations were high at Heald College in Roseville as students and staff tried to figure out their next move.
Heald College is one of 28 Corinthian College campuses that suddenly shutdown. The organization had recently been facing financial problems.
Students were back at the campus Wednesday to meet face to face with other educational and financial institutions to talk about loan arrangements, credit transfers and starting over.
Kathy Hodges had been attending classes there since April of last year. She was studying to become a medical assistant and had paid $12,000 for her courses.
"It's very upsetting, because, now, I feel like I have to start all over somewhere else," Hodges said. "I feel like I spent a year in school for nothing."