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Daymar Colleges Group, headquartered in Owensboro, Kentucky, has reached a resolution with Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway to close an inquiry into Daymar’s past operations.
After producing more than 400,000 documents and providing witnesses to testify on every subject raised in the complaint, this matter has been settled without trial, without any finding of law or fact, and without any finding of wrongdoing by Daymar. From the beginning, Daymar emphatically denied the allegations in the complaint and nothing in the Consent Decree changes our position on this issue.
“Daymar’s decision to resolve these claims is not an admission of any wrongdoing,” said Daymar President and Chancellor Dr. Dan Peterson. “Our company policy has always demanded adherence to all laws, rules, and regulations everywhere we operate and we take our compliance obligations very seriously. This is a decision to avoid the continued expense and time associated with litigation so that we can fully focus on educating our students.”
“The Daymar family is glad to finally put this matter to rest,” said Peterson. “We have used this experience to review our best practices and remain confident as we continue to add value to the communities in which we serve.”
Daymar is pleased to report our new student enrollment increased by approximately 30% this year. We are proud of our 430 recent graduates who are now prepared to serve our communities. In addition, we are excited to announce that we are moving into a new campus location in Nashville, Tennessee and moving our Lancaster, Ohio campus to Columbus. Both locations offer bigger facilities, improved technology, and are more centrally-located to better serve our growing student population, all of which will allow us to continue expanding our program offerings and enhance the communities in which we live.
We want to be good stewards in the communities we serve. Our students, faculty and staff are actively involved in local organizations and events. Just this year alone, we supported such local organizations as the Boys and Girls Club, Habitat for Humanity, the Red Cross Blood Drives, and the 100 Men Who Cook competition. We also host a variety of events to support our students, including a Back-to-School supply drive that helped 500 students receive needed school supplies.
Daymar College looks forward to continuing to build a strong future and providing a quality education to our students.
View a message from Daymar Chancellor and CEO, Dr. Dan Peterson