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On April 25, 2018, the University of Saint Paul’s (SPS) Hostos Community College closed its doors.
The closure was the result of a decision made in May 2019.
The decision was made in the wake of an investigation by the Department of Education, the Office of the Inspector General of the US Department of Justice and the US Office of Special Counsel.
The College is located in the Pensacola State College District, which includes the University Of Florida and other state universities.
The college closed its door on January 11, 2020, after it was found to have not complied with the requirements of the College’s contract with the US Government, as mandated by the US Education Department.
In December 2020, the Department Of Education announced it was looking into the College for possible violations of the federal Title IX Act.
In addition, the US State Department was concerned about the closure of the Hostos community.
The US Department Of Homeland Security, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the FBI investigated the College, as well as the College itself, for possible Title IX violations.
In July 2020, President Donald Trump announced the closure was due to “an unacceptable situation at SPS” and the closure “was due to the fact that the College did not meet the Government’s contractual obligations under the Education Act.”
On March 31, 2021, President Trump and the College announced the “administrative closure” of the Community College of the University at Saint Paul (CPSU) in Pensacole, Florida.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General announced the College would not be eligible for federal student financial aid for three years.
In April 2021, the College began accepting applications for a new location in the state of Florida.
In November 2021, DHS announced the college would no longer receive federal financial aid, citing its inability to comply with the federal government’s requirement to accept students from Title IX-compliant institutions.
In January 2018, President George W. Bush signed a bill which established the US Community College Loan Program (CCLP), which allows for the administration of federal student loans.
The CCLP program is designed to provide a path for students who have earned a bachelor’s degree from a community college or college of engineering to obtain Federal student loans to pay for their education.
Students enrolled in a Community College degree program, including Hostos, are eligible for a loan forgiveness program.
The loan forgiveness policy allows students to receive a partial repayment of their federal student loan for up to 30 days after completing the program, provided they meet the minimum educational requirements and are able to demonstrate that they will meet the terms of the loan forgiveness agreement.
In June 2018, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos signed a letter that suspended the CCLP for six months, until July 20, 2019, which was the last day for new applicants to apply.
The suspension was effective immediately, and applicants could apply to resume their participation in the CCRP.
On August 5, 2019 the College received an extension of the suspension and the program could resume.
However, the suspension was lifted on September 20, 2018.
In March 2020, SPS released a new version of the Student Handbook which stated that the Hosts Community College “will no longer accept students until a date to be determined.”
The Handbook stated the College had “received an extension to the deadline to close its doors on January 31, 2019.”
On August 19, 2019 SPS received a letter from the Department.
The letter stated that SPS had no authority to take actions to end the Hosters Community College program and “it would be premature for us to make a decision on the status of the program pending the receipt of this information.”
The letter did not explain how the College could continue to receive federal student aid, or explain how a suspension would be lifted.
On September 13, 2019 President Trump announced he would not accept the results of an inspector general’s investigation into the closure.
“I am asking the Office to conduct a thorough review of this unfortunate situation and ensure that the federal Government is properly and expeditiously reimbursed for the cost of this college,” he said.
The Office of General Counsel issued a statement that the Office was reviewing the Department’s decision to terminate the Community Colleges loan program and would have no further comment at this time.
SPS is located at 1680 W. 12th St. in Pensampas, Florida 34602.
In August 2020, it was announced the University would not receive federal grants from the Title IX office for the next three years, and instead would apply for federal loans from the Pell Grant Program (PEP).
The Federal Pell Grant program awards $1,500 to