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  • Two Orange County campuses and 11 others in the state owned by embattled for-profit education giant Corinthian Colleges must stop enrolling new students this week under an emergency order from California consumer protection officials.
  • Citing concerns over the school’s financial resources, mounting legal pressures and inadequate regulatory disclosures, the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education ordered Corinthian to cease...
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  • Today, college degrees are increasingly necessary to find rewarding, financially feasible careers.
  • But whether or not you end up satisfied with your overall college experience depends a lot on just a few simple factors, according to recent Gallup polling. Earlier this month, Gallup released a new analysis of the the 2014 Gallup-Purdue Index, a survey of 30,000 college graduates released in September 2014. Within the reams of data,...
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  • Hillary Clinton said community college should be free during a roundtable with students in Iowa on Tuesday.
  • “I fully support President Obama’s plan to make community college free,” the newly announced presidential contender said at Kirkwood Community College, the first official stop of her campaign.
  • Clinton, who is casting the first part of her campaign as a listening tour to get to know “everyday...
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  • Students considering pursuing an online associate degree are most likely choosing between for-profit and community college options.
  • Traditional for-profits such as University of Phoenix and DeVry University have long been known for their online offerings, while community colleges actually serve the biggest share of exclusively online undergraduate students, according to data from the National Center for Education Statistics.
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  • Last month, fifteen students from a for-profit college chain that regulators say acted as a predatory lender began publicly refusing to pay their loans. Now, the strike has grown dramatically. As of Monday, organizers say 100 students—all of whom attended the Corinthian Colleges Inc. chain for for-profit schools—have joined the strike.
  • Corinthian Colleges has been under scrutiny for some time. Last year, the federal...