Over A Dozen Lawsuits Filed By Nursing Students Against Failed MSU School
Three more nursing students sue Mountain State University in West Virginia for fraud, breach of contract. Over a dozen such lawsuits have been filed in recent months. See our previous coverage of some of the lawsuits here and here. A former nurse anesthesia program student has also filed suit against their now closed program.
From The West Virginia Record
By Kyla Asbury -Kanawha Bureau
CHARLESTON — Three more cases have been filed by students of Mountain State University’s LPN to BSN Program for fraud and breach of contract.
Charles H. Polk and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees were also named as defendants in the suit.
Amber Whitener, Stacie Scott and Sonia Godbey were admitted into the LPN to BSN Program, according to three complaints filed April 5 in Kanawha Circuit Court.
The plaintiffs claim when they were admitted to the program, they were informed that the program was accredited by the NLNAC and the WVBRN, but later discovered the program did not have full accreditation status.
Mountain State University failed to fulfill its contractual obligation as represented and promised, which constitutes breach of contract, according to the suits.
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