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Posted December 03. 2013 1:29PM

For-profit Caribbean medical school partnered with NH school on federal funds loophole

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The clock tower at Plymouth State University. 

Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, which formed an alliance with AUA in 2009, tells medical students also enrolled in its MBA program that they "are welcome to use the 'living expense' money to pay for housing and transportation while in Antigua or on rotations," though it can't be used for tuition at AUA, "as this violates federal student-loan regulations," according to Plymouth's website.