by Monty Tufnel Freelance Writer Concerned about the backlash against for-profit universities, Horus University announced today its intention to be labeled “dividend-based.” In a letter to the Department of Education, Horus argues that because its earnings are an indicator of fiscal health the university’s students gain a distinct advantage in the higher education marketplace. “An […]
by Yremia Johnson Freelance Writer Recent focus-group research shows that college students remember each mistake an academic advisor made in the process of course selection and then complain endlessly while remaining unable to remember a single piece of correct information the advisor provided. This memory dynamic creates an interesting paradox for advisors who find themselves […]
by Diana Senechal Freelance Writer Dayton, Ohio—Research has shown that everyone needs a posse to succeed. In response to this discovery, Tolpa College has spent $20 million on Posses for All, a national program that seeks to equip every undergraduate with a fan base of 30 real-life people and at least 5,000 virtual connections, all […]
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