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ENGAGE AND EDUCATE YOUR CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS ABOUT
THE HARMFUL GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT REGULATION

Make your voices heard during APSCU Hill Day on March 3-5, 2014, in Washington, DC. The U.S. Department of Education's proposed gainful employment regulation will severely limit access and opportunity for students seeking career skills and training. Almost immediately, the regulation will cut off access for hundreds of thousands of students in thousands of programs.

If you’re an institutional leader of a private sector institution, an employer partner of a private sector institution, or a graduate or student of a private sector college or university, come to Washington, DC and educate your members of Congress on the impact of the gainful employment regulation on students, your institution, and your community.

Learn more about the harmful impact of the proposed gainful employment regulation.

Unable to attend 2014 APSCU Hill Day?

You can still make your voice heard! Be an advocate to preserve higher education access and opportunity by using the APSCU Take Action Center to submit a letter online to your members of Congress and the U.S. Department of Education.

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