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TODAY! Wednesday, September 25th
Community Care College Celebrates Low Student Loan Default Rate of 2.7%
As of September 24, 2019, official Cohort Default rates have been released for Community Care College and show an extremely low cohort default rate of 2.7%. This includes all three of Community HigherEd’s colleges: Community Care College, Clary Sage College, and Oklahoma Technical College.
North-West College (NWC) to Celebrate Grand Opening of Anaheim Campus
North-West College (NWC) is preparing to host a Grand Opening Celebration of its Anaheim Campus this Wednesday, September 25, from 12–4 p.m. at 511 Brookhurst Street in the City of Anaheim. The event marks the arrival of the same excellent programs North-West College is known for in its new Anaheim location.
Walmart offers near-free college tuition to employees seeking training in health specialties – Modern Healthcare
Walmart will offer nearly-free college training to its workers who want to become healthcare professionals as the giant retailer moves to expand its delivery of healthcare services.
Changes ahead for the online higher ed learning market – University Business
As more colleges and universities add online courses to their catalogs, the market share for online program managers (OPM) has begun feeling the effect.
A Community College Goes National – Inside Higher Ed
Rio Salado College, a mostly online community college in Maricopa County, Ariz., is one of the first community colleges to launch a “national division” targeting students all over the country to take online classes and earn degrees or certificates.
Financial Aid and Student Loan Issues
Event Weighs the Pros and Cons of Income-Share Agreements – NASFAA
A panel of experts and higher education stakeholders gathered in Washington on Tuesday to debate the merits and potential drawbacks of ISAs. Like many other policy initiatives in higher education, the devil is in the details.
Federal financial aid office eyes reorganization, staffing increase – Politico
The Office of Federal Student Aid is proposing a sweeping reorganization of its more than 1,000-person workforce, which will include hiring more employees.
Glimpse Into Online Student Recruitment – Inside Higher Ed
Two institutions made just one attempt to contact the potential students, but one institution attempted to make contact a staggering 47 times, including 45 phone calls.
There Are 700K+ Credentials — and Counting. Which Ones Are ‘Quality’? – Ed Surge
So far, the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit has found 738,428 unique credentials in the U.S., according to a new report published Wednesday. Almost half are offered by non-academic organizations.