Week in Review

Sep/16/2008 - 9:26am

While the contracting credit market has taken a toll on the student loan industry, state and college officials told lawmakers Monday New Jersey’s loan program remains in better health than those in other states.

A turbulent market over the past year has made access to capital to fund student loans "entirely too difficult, if not impossible," …

Sep/16/2008 - 9:22am

Scottsdale, AZ. September 12, 2008 – Penn Foster College, one of the nation’s largest online colleges, will be launching two new Bachelor’s Degree programs in Business Management and Criminal Justice at the end of September.

Penn Foster College has been offering Associate Degrees exclusively for more than 30 years and only recently decided to expand its …

Sep/15/2008 - 8:20am

The most successful baseball teams maintain their talented rosters over the long term by anticipating the retirement of their veterans well before it happens.

A good team will utilize the veterans to train young players and ease them into their roles as future stars. This ensures a steady flow of talent throughout the organization.

The baby boomer …

Sep/15/2008 - 8:09am

What may be largest high school senior class ever in the United States is applying to college this fall. And thousands of students will look beyond their high school guidance counselors to help them get into the schools of their choice.

Private educational consultants take up where overburdened high school guidance counselors leave off. Charging …

Sep/15/2008 - 7:53am

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Sep/15/2008 - 5:06am

At 84 years young, Evelyn Keiser, Co-founder of Keiser University is still the first on campus each morning. She and her son, Dr. Arthur Keiser of the Keiser family, founded the Keiser School in 1977 to serve the educational needs of career-focused students and help meet the workforce demands of the growing healthcare industry in …

Sep/12/2008 - 8:56am

A new report from the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families explores the disconnect between the state’s current financial aid tools–focused primarily on traditional students coming out of high school–and the evolving needs of working adults and employers. “Willing and Able, But Not Eligible” describes a situation in which workers need more advanced skills and …

Sep/12/2008 - 8:45am

Citing uncertain financial times, an increasing number of national banks are curtailing their lending relationships with community colleges, all the while continuing to loan to students at more lucrative institutions.

Several local schools – including Harper College, McHenry County College and Waubonsee Community College – are feeling the pinch.

JP Morgan Chase spokesman Tom Kelly said the …

Sep/12/2008 - 8:37am

Representatives from William Jewell College, Metropolitan Community College and Park University discussed the state of higher education with Northland business leaders, Sept. 3 in Kansas City North.

The event was sponsored by the Clay County Economic Development Council.

Older students, flexible schedules, creative financing, continuing education and online resources are all major trends in higher education both …

Sep/12/2008 - 8:17am

CCA called on California governor Arnold Schwarzennegger to veto SB 823, legislation to regulate career colleges in the state.

CCA agreed that a regulatory oversight regime is needed to protect the interests of students and noted that it supports reasonable regulation. In the letter, CCA President Harris N. Miller noted, however, “…SB 823 would impose a regulatory regime on career colleges that is complex, costly, confusing and ultimately counterproductive. CCA member schools operate in all 50 states and Puerto Rico, and, without doubt, I can tell you that if SB 823 becomes law, California will have the most complex and convoluted regulatory scheme in the country.”

The Association placed problems with the bill into four major categories:

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