Turning Strangers into Students® (and Advocates) – A Study on Inbound Marketing and Recruitment in Higher Education (Part 2)

By Dr. Jean Norris, Managing Partner, Norton|Norris, Inc. and Linda Ganster, Managing Partner, The Grandview Group
Welcome to Part 2 of our 3-part series “Turning Strangers into Students® – A Study on Inbound Marketing and Recruitment in Higher Education.” In Part 1, we looked at both the challenges and opportunities that face the career school sector with a focus on those working in admissions.

Admissions Checkup: The Campus Tour

Personal Financial Programs that Work Effectively for Proprietary Schools and Students

By Peter Bielagus, Financial Advisor, Author, Speaker and Tamra Nashman, CAREER Instructor, Author, Speaker
Thirty years ago, it was popular to tell the incoming freshman class, “Turn to the person on your left and then to the person on your right. In four years, one of those people won’t be here.”

10 Ways to Avoid Students Defaulting on Payment Plans

90-10 Presents an Annual Compliance Challenge for School Leadership

By Stephen T. Chema II and Ben Walker, Ritzert & Leyton, PC
“90-10,” this simple ratio, represents the Department of Education’s mandate that all proprietary institutions must “derive at least 10 percent of their revenues for each fiscal year from sources other than Title IV, HEA program funds.”

New Gainful Employment Guidance Falls Well Short of Expectations

Developing and Managing a Personal Brand

Jeff Bockelman, CEO & Founder, CareerScribe and Pedagog
The economy is growing, unemployment is falling, and companies are finally hiring again, so this is the perfect time for your students to be evaluating the value of their professional asset and the habits they have – or don’t have, but they need to be prepared to promote themselves.

Verifiable Placement Rates: Strategies for Compliance and Success

CFPB Rules Proposal may Drastically Impact School Arbitration Agreements

By Bill Ojile, Partner, and Henry Baskerville, Of Counsel, Armstrong Teasdale, LLP
On October 7, 2015, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced its intent to launch a rulemaking process that would prohibit companies from using arbitration clauses that preclude consumers from filing class action lawsuits.

CollegeAmerica Wins Major Legal Victory