ECMC buys Corinthian Colleges

Last week, Corinthian Colleges, a for-profit higher education company, announced the controversial sale of 56 campuses to one of the Department of Education’s largest loan guarantors and debt collectors, Educational Credit Management Corporation.[1] Earlier this year Corinthian nearly went bankrupt and the Department of Education decided it was too big …

Students demand full transparency.

For college students, September means the beginning of a new school year.  But for students attending for-profit colleges there are no guarantees.  Just in July one of the largest for-profit higher education corporations announced it would be selling or closing nearly 100 campuses nationwide. Now over 72,000 students who attended …

Feds audit University of Phoenix

The U.S. Department of Education started a review of the University of Phoenix on Monday.  While the exact nature of the review …

University of Phoenix Fact Sheet

Is this the education we want? Many Apollo Group students leave the University of Phoenix without diplomas. 60.5% of students that enrolled …