Bryman College in San Jose shuts down

Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Bryman College in San Jose reopens.

SAN JOSE (KGO) -- Bryman College in San Jose was closed yesterday. There are no trespassing signs are up all around the building on South Winchester Boulevard.

The latest available annual report shows 399 students attended Bryman College in 2012. A photo wall shows 18 faculty and staff members. An eviction notice dated May 19 is on several doors of the building. The plaintiff is identified as Winchester Payne LLC and the defendant is Biohealth College Incorporated.

The school offers courses for dental assistant, medical assistant, massage therapy, and medical administrative assistant. Program disclosures show tuition and fees run anywhere from $17,700 for three of the programs and close to $20,000 for the dental assistant program. Bryman's website says it is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.

The school has two other Bay Area locations, but there is no word on if students will be able to finish their courses there.