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Realistic News From Clayton Website:

"TEACHING OUT EVERYONE MAY NOT BE POSSIBLE." (Clayton College Information Clearinghouse Statement)

Questions you should be asking:

1) IS CLAYTON COLLEGE SELLING THEIR STUDENT TRANSFER LIST TO ANOTHER SCHOOL?

2) ARE CLAYTON STUDENTS BEING DUPED AND MISLED WITH FALSE PROMISES AGAIN!!!!!

3) GREAT TEACH OUT PLAN? What about the students who enrolled in the B.S./M.S./PH.D. Programs that would take almost three to five years to complete and have paid Clayton $9000 or more? Will they receive their tuition back if they cannot complete their studies by the deadline (January 31, 2011)?

Dear Clayton Students:

This is a very sad situation. I predict there will be major lawsuits emanating from some of your classmates, if not a class action suit, which I believe will eventually happen. Unfortunately, the destination school for CCNH transfer students remains a mystery! How much will this school offer to pay CCNH for their student transfer list? You will never know the answer to this question.

IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR EDUCATIONAL FUTURE, AND FREE YOURSELF FROM THE CLAYTON COLLEGE OF NATURAL DISASTER.

EXCITING UNH ANNOUNCEMENT

The University of Natural Health will give you and your fellow classmates from the now defunct Clayton College the opportunity to finish your degree.

The University of Natural Health will honor all of your Clayton College credits. There's NO NEED to take your classes over again.

Respectfully,
Dr. Paul Fanny,
UNH Academics Director
& Current Clayton Student

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ATTENTION CLAYTON COLLEGE STUDENTS!
$500 TUITION DISCOUNT & COURSE CREDIT TRANSFERS AVAILABLE.

Are you fed up with the handling of the school's closing? Confused about what the situation really means for you?

We can help. See our Exciting Announcement.

READ THESE EYE-OPENING EMOTIONAL COMMENTS BELOW FROM OTHER FORMER CLAYTON STUDENTS WHO HAVE SINCE ENROLLED AT The University of Natural Health.

Former Clayton College Student Comments

To UNH Academics Director,

Have a great day and, thanks so much for being there and helping us all out. I did send the demand letter to CCNH. I spoke directly to the post master at the main branch (Phoenix), and shared my concern. He said they were having numerous complaints with several operations right now. He guaranteed me that they will have the information on Monday. The response I get will more than likely come from their lawyer, so I expect a two-week turn around. That is their deadline in the letter.

Clayton's license runs out on January 31, 2011. That is the scary part! So when they say all is due by January 31, 2011, except dissertations, how is that going to happen? This is so wrong!

Thanks again, we'll talk soon.

Yours in health,
Former Clayton Student

To UNH Academics Director,

Thanks for understanding.
However, if other Clayton Students ask, CCNH officials and their attorney, were advised that Alabama law requires that closed school transcripts be forwarded to the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education, Private School Licensing Division. A bond is required before a license is issued. However, based upon the number of students involved, the bond will offer very limited financial reimbursement. Before any refund procedures from the bond can begin, the administrative remedies available through Clayton College of Natural Health should be exhausted.

Yours in health,
Former Clayton Student

John, an extremely irate Clayton student, said: "They knew they were closing the doors many months ago. Why did they take my July 2010 payment if they knew they were going out of business?"

It took me almost one hour to calm John down as he wanted many questions answered. When I spoke to him about filing a mail fraud complaint with the post office, he told me, "Rest assured, this will be the first order of business when I get off the phone with you."

In fact, John made me promise that we would never have anything to do with the department of education in relation to accreditation which he firmly believes was Clayton's first and last mistake that put them out of business.

I agreed and I told him that when I first heard (about a year and a half ago) that Clayton was seeking conventional accreditation, I thought that this would be the end of Clayton College of Natural Health for sure. The rest is now history. Unfortunately!

Respectfully,
Dr. Paul Fanny,
UNH Academics Director

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