Monthly Archives: May 2013
The National Center for Education Statistics has released its report on the costs of tuition across all sectors. Seem just about every area increased tuition except the for-profit institutions.
Read More: Education Dept. Releases New Data on College Tuition Across Sectors by Nick DeSantis
The Us Department of Education is holding hearings before beginning it’s second round of talks in regard to Gainful Employment. There looks to many for and against this round on rule-making. With Congress looking at re-authorization of the higher Education Act next year, US DOE continues its pursuit on gainful employment.
Read More: With ‘Gainful Employment’ Talks Set, Department Hears Interested Parties By Kelly Field
Strayer University, like many other for-profit institutions, are adding value to the student body in trying to maintain retention of it’s student body by working on costs and help them make the best choices.
Read More: Strayer U.’s Discounts Reflect Shifts in For-Profit-College Sector By Goldie Blumenstyk