But Quesinberry, 53, said she had no clue that under the law the federal student loans she used to pay for her tuition could be completely discharged if she decided not to transfer her credits and simply start over.
“I liked what I was doing, but I may want to do something else,” she said. “I don’t want to be on the hook for my Carousel student loans if I don’t have to be.”
Christopher Logsdon, executive director of the Ohio cosmetology board, said the board received an email notification from Carousel owner Don Yearwood early Tuesday morning that he was closing the schools immediately.
This media outlet contacted Yearwood and he had not returned calls for comment by late Thursday morning.