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University Of Phoenix Barred From Military Bases, Using New Tuition Assistance Funds

For-profit college chains like the University of Phoenix spend a lot of time and money recruiting active-duty military personnel. But the school has come under fire in recent months… 493 more words

The Arena

It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. 803 more words

Adult Life

D-Backs Accepting Submissions For $100,000 School Challenge

The Arizona Diamondbacks announced in August that they are now accepting applications for the $100,000 School Challenge, presented by University of Phoenix, to benefit schools across the state of Arizona. 372 more words


Reinventing online higher education Campus Tech 2014

A recent study by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology  (MIT) reported that about 95 percent of students enrolled in their free, online courses (EdX) dropped them before earning a certificate of completion. 390 more words

Harvard University

Servicemembers At Failing For-Profit Schools Not Protected By Veterans Affairs

When a for-profit college closes its doors, students are often left with hefty student loan tabs and little recourse. Some of those borrowers may be eligible for a discharge of their debts… 1,166 more words

University Of Phoenix Stops New Enrollment At 14 Campuses, 10 Learning Centers

The country’s largest for-profit college chain is about to get a bit smaller, as a new report reveals that The University of Phoenix is no longer accepting new enrollments at two dozen campuses and learning centers across the country. 482 more words

University Of Phoenix Faces Probe Into Military Recruiting Practices

A little more than a week after federal regulators set their sights on the University of Phoenix for possible deceptive and unfair business practices, the California Attorney General’s office is joining the investigation party by opening a probe into the for-profit college’s military recruitment practices.