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Military tuition assistance enrollment at 2 for-profit colleges restricted

Two for-profit colleges in Minnesota, already the target of a lawsuit filed by the state’s attorney general, were put on probation by the Department of Defense, restricting their enrollment of new students using certain types of federal military assistance, the… 534 more words

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Here are the US colleges whose students have the toughest time paying back loans

University students who take out loans are essentially betting that the education they’re financing with debt will help them get a decent job—and that the job, in turn, will help them repay the loan. 433 more words

Pattern of problems at for-profits that closed in Memphis

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — “Welfare mom with kids…pregnant ladies…recent incarceration!”

The On Your Side Investigators uncovered new details, including documents using the above phrases regarding the recruitment of students at for-profit colleges with campuses in Memphis. 1,397 more words

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Group Makes Debt Disappear, Pays $3.9M Toward For-Profit Students' Outstanding Private Loans

If you’re one of the millions of consumers saddled with hard to repay student loan debt, you’ve probably dreamed of the day when your repayment obligation is finished. 452 more words

What You Need To Know About For-Profit Colleges

The Chronicle of Higher Ed published just today another nightmare story about practices at a for-profit college: Corinthian. Fortunately, this one is on the verge of closing anyhow, but you need to take heed, because Corinthian College isn’t alone among for-profit institutions in the use of criminal practices. 1,392 more words

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For-Profit Law Schools Profit from Disadvantaged Students

“In the class that Florida Coastal admitted in 2013, more than half the students were unlikely to ever pass the bar…More than 90% of the 1,191 students who graduated from InfiLaw schools in 2013 carried educational debt, with a median amount…of $204,000.” — Paul Campos, … 1,024 more words

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Why are students going to for-profit colleges?

Faculty in public colleges are often mystified why students would choose to take out enormous loans to attend for-profit colleges whose degrees are mostly not respected either by industry or other colleges. 665 more words