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Library staff are now free to spend more time helping the students with queries rather than keep tracking and reshelving the books. And the library plans to offer pre-loaded collections of texts on iPads and e-readers for students to check out and
Certificate programs may articulate up to four (4) semester hours of Interdisciplinary/Elective Credit to University of Phoenix through the Prior Learning Assessment process. Thirty (30) hours of training is equivalent to one (1) hour of elective
Daniel Golden 15 mins ago Keith Melvin, a disabled and decorated Iraq War veteran, wanted to go to a traditional college until a recruiter for the online, for-profit Kaplan University began courting him. News ), and because the Post's board boasts
He filled out a form on a website, and recruiters for online for-profit Kaplan University contacted him. They told him the government would pay his tuition, that he could move on after graduation to Kaplan's law school, and that he could trust Kaplan
Bloomberg News Phoenix-based Apollo Group Inc., the biggest education company by enrollment, reported in a regulatory filing today that the U.S. Department of Education will review the administration of federal financial aid at the company's
A year later, she's left with a federal student loan debt of $9,000, credits that won't transfer to most schools and what she considers a "worthless" education. She is still seeking a job in the medical office administration field. Now Medina, three
Add to Portfolio But last week also brought a disclosure from Apollo that the Securities and Exchange Commission had requested information about the company's insider trading policies relating to stock sales made by some of its top officials in 2009.
Today the Department of Education released near-final rules aimed the for-profit higher education industry . The rules, initially proposed in July, were intended to do two main things: Improve quality of degrees that students receive, and define a
October 24, 2010 Part of a government plan to more closely regulate the for-profit education sector in the United States has been delayed, after an outcry from school supporters...Department of Education announced on Sept. 24 that it would move
With more than 300 for-profit colleges in Ohio, state officials are watching closely as federal regulators look for ways to crack down on the schools because of concerns that too many students leave with excessive debt and without a useful degree...