DeVry, a for-profit college with a long history in Atlanta, agreed this month to pay $100 million to settle claims by the Federal Trade Commission that it misled prospective students on the school’s job placement record.

The school will pay $49.4 million in cash to students through a claims process. The remainder will be paid through debt relief.

Students wishing to file a claim may call the FTC at 844-578-2645.

Debt relief includes the full balance owed, more than $30 million, on all private loans to DeVry students between September 2008 and September 2015. It also covers more than $20 million in other student loans. 

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