BioHealth and Bryman colleges close their doors

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The financially troubled BioHealth and Bryman colleges permanently closed their doors Monday, leaving about 280 students with nothing but incomplete transcripts.

"All the time that we put in, all our effort coming to class, everything we did -- it's like it never happened," said Priscilla Burlison, who attended Bryman College in San Jose.

The career college company based in San Jose offered health care certificate programs at five campuses in San Jose, Hayward, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

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