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Here are publicly traded higher education companies’ 2022 earnings

Here are publicly traded higher education companies’ 2022 earnings

Higher Ed Dive Natalie Schwartz August 3,2022 We’re keeping tabs on how companies are performing to get a glimpse into where higher education has been and where it’s headed. Several major higher education companies are publicly traded, which means they’re required to provide regular disclosures about their strategies and performance. […]

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New Education Department Rules on Failing For-Profit Colleges

New Education Department Rules on Failing For-Profit Colleges

Inside Higher Ed Scott Jaschik March 24, 2022 The Education Department announced new measures that will hold companies that own for-profit colleges that fail responsible for the funds owed to the federal government, including liabilities arising from closed-college loan discharges and borrower defense to repayment claims. This will ensure that even if […]

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California Cracks Down on Amerifed for Loan Repayment Scam

California Cracks Down on Amerifed for Loan Repayment Scam

Inside Higher Ed Susan H. Greenberg August 10, 2021 In its latest move to crack down on student loan debt-relief scams, California ordered Amerifed Doc Prep LLC to pay more than $1.37 million for illegally collecting advance fees from consumers looking to reduce or forgive their student loans. The California Department […]

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Online college enrollment growth outpaces real-world institutions

Online college enrollment growth outpaces real-world institutions

EDSCOOP Emily Bamforth April 29, 2021 Online higher education institutions continue to see enrollment gains during the coronavirus pandemic, rising another 2.2% in the spring 2021 semester, the National Student Clearinghouse said Thursday, with part-time students powering the increase. Full-time enrollment at online schools rose less than a percentage point this […]

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Are more college closures ahead?

Are more college closures ahead?

Higher Ed Dive  Natalie Schwartz April 1, 2021 Dive Brief: The spring term spelled the end for at least three liberal arts colleges, which will soon either cease operating or accepting new students. The colleges — Becker, Mills and Concordia New York — all said the coronavirus pandemic exacerbated existing financial woes. […]

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