Heritage College unexpectedly closes its campuses, including in Denver

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DENVER -- Heritage College, a for-profit school with 10 locations across the country including in Denver, abruptly closed its doors Tuesday.

Student plan to rally at the Denver location, at West 48th Avenue and Harlan Street, on Wednesday morning to protest the closing.

The college shut down with no warning, leaving students in limbo and upset.

The school specializes in classes in medical technology. A lot of students attended the school so they could get jobs as EMT's or in the radiology field.

Some have paid as much as $15,000 for their education. Now, they fear they'll never get that money back.

The school has only said it no longer has the money to keep its doors open. But students want to hear more than that.

Two months ago, another for-profit college, ITT Tech, closed its schools nationwide after 50 years, including two Colorado locations.

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