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Department of Education Bans ITT from Enrolling New Title IV Students, Adds Tough New Financial Oversight

The U.S. Department of Education today took a series of actions to protect students and taxpayers by banning ITT Educational Services, Inc. (ITT) from enrolling new students using federal financial aid funds, and stepping up financial oversight of the for-profit educational provider. This move follows determinations made by the school’s accreditor, the Accrediting Council for More Info »

NACIQI recommends continued recognition of ACCSC, COE & Others

Today NACIQI passed motions to recommended continued recognition of several National and Regional Accrediting agencies including: Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) – 5 Years AOA Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) – 5 Years Council on Occupational Education (COE) – 5 Years Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) – 1.5 Years More Info »

Career Education Admission Symposium Reveals New Truths and Exciting Direction for the Profession

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By Shannon Gormley, Licensed School Counselor, Type 73/National Director of Enrollment Solutions, NortonNorris, Inc.
This article reveals the opportunities that lie ahead for admission professionals in career colleges and community colleges to elevate the profession, create lasting partnerships with high school counselors, and make a lasting impact on student outcomes.

 
 

What Impact Will the DOE’s Recent Amendment Have on Your Course Materials Processes?

By Bruce Schneider, Director of Business Engineering, Ambassador Education Solutions
A new DOE ruling has higher education institutions rethinking their bookstore and course material models in order to satisfy opt-out compliance policies when materials are provided to students automatically as part of tuition.

Social Media Marketing – Are you Staying Compliant?

Too Good to be True? Yes. The Student Loan “Relief” Scam

By Katherine (Kate) Lee Carey, Special Counsel, Cooley LLP
A new Internet scam is targeting students with false promises of “debt relief” and besmirching the good name of many colleges in the process. Your institution can take a number of steps to protect itself and its students from becoming victims.

Borrower Defense to Repayment: What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You

7 Characteristics of a Rock Star Rep and How to Transfer Those Attributes to the Rest of Your Team

By Gregg Meiklejohn, Co-founder/CEO, and Joe Girard, Director of Admissions Performance Institute, Enrollment Resources Inc.
In today's ever changing world of admissions at for-profit schools, there are certain skills, attitudes, and behaviors that the Rockstar Reps possess. In this article, we show you how these reps succeed, and how this can be transferred to the rest of your teams.

Career Education Admission Symposium Reveals New Truths and Exciting Direction for the Profession