Looks like students of Trump University are getting an education, just not the one they wanted. Six states are investigating a for-profit school run by real-estate mogul Donald Trump, and the institution is the subject of a class-action lawsuit in federal court. Forced by New York to change its name from Trump University for being too “misleading” (it has since been called Trump Entrepreneur Initiative), the school was started in 2005 and promises mentorships that are the “next best thing” to being on The Apprentice. On the campaign trail, Trump has derided the education system and touted the success of his university, despite being called a “modern-day snake-oil salesman” by Consumer Watchdog. Trump’s attorney called the allegations “completely ridiculous,” and the mogul has filed a $100 million counterclaim against one of the lawsuit’s plaintiffs.