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The Changing Higher Education Landscape

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Is the story here more about enrollment in existing schools, or were there differential entries and exits of for-profit schools? This post is the first in a four-part series looking at different aspects of the changing higher education market, including enrollment growth and its composition, student loans, and student loan defaults. 

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Brightwood College in Broomall, Pennsylvania, Re-Enrolls in the Imagine America Scholarship and Award Programs

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Each participant with the Imagine America Scholarship and Award Programs emphasizes the sector’s commitment to giving back to the students who attend participating schools.   

The Imagine America Foundation (IAF) is pleased to announce that Brightwood College in Broomall, Pennsylvania, has re-enrolled into the the Imagine America Foundation Scholarship and Award Programs. Brightwood College's enrollment reinforces …

Part IV: Classroom Instruction and the Millennial Student

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A while back, a rash of articles circled the internet about college and university professors afraid to teach millennials. Citing the students’ overly offended and ever-entitled sensitivities, litigious helicopter parents, and a few cases in which instructors lost their positions and their shining reputations thanks to racist remarks in the classroom, professors across the U.S. …

Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville, Florida, and IAF Help Over 200 Students Attend School

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Scholarship News:

 

Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville, Florida, and IAF provide tuition assistance to over 200 students.

 

The Imagine America Foundation (IAF) has been serving the career college community since 1982. IAF provides scholarships, awards, financial aid information, sector research and faculty training; honors achievement in career education; and supports and promotes the benefits of career colleges to the general public. 

 

 

 

Below are the IAF partnership levels colleges can participate in to help deserving students achieve their dreams 

 

 

 

New Career College Central Magazine: Information Technology

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Check out the latest edition of Career College Central: Information Technology

Click here to read the e-book.

What Kind of Engineering Goes into a Concert?

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When going to a concert, everyone attending expects a great show and, in most cases, have paid good money for the experience. In order to make the concert a memorable experience, there is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes. If it is successful, the attendees will remember it for years. If …

For-profit college fights Education Department decision to block its conversion to a nonprofit

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Nonprofit schools are not subject to what’s called the 90/10 rule, which bars for-profit colleges from getting more than 90 percent of their operating revenue from federal student aid funding. Plus, very few nonprofits have to contend with rules that limit how much debt students amass in career-training programs and require them to ensure that …

ECPI Online and IAF Help Over 20 Students Afford an Education

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The Imagine America Foundation (IAF) has been serving the career college community since 1982. IAF provides scholarships, awards, financial aid information, sector research and faculty training; honors achievement in career education; and supports and promotes the benefits of career colleges to the general public.  

Below are the IAF partnership levels colleges can participate in to …

Millennial Financial Aid Concerns

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The price of college tuition in the US has been increasing faster than the rate of inflation for decades, and the borrowing habits of millennial students prove it. The latest numbers, from a Bentley University study, suggest that seven out of 10 of last year’s college seniors graduated in debt. Student debt “now comprises 69 …

Health Information Technology in the Community Pharmacy 

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Software programs that receive prescriptions and aid in dispensing medications are already in wide use in community pharmacies. These programs help manage inventory, workflow, accounts, and assist in record keeping. But the next wave of pharmacy technology and software is coming—programs that will allow community pharmacies to communicate with local physicians and hospitals in health …

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