2 More For-Profits Lose Access to Federal AidDecember 8, 2016 | :
by Jarrett Carter
The federal government continues to uphold its stated objective of protecting taxpayers from fraudulent institutions with this latest round of federal student aid denials, and with the evidence presented, it appears an effective tool in limiting the reach of schools engaging in bad practices.
But other schools should be mindful that “bad practices” can also be attached to actions like accreditation status changes, three-year statistics on audit performance, and other metrics.
Director of Public Safety
Saint Martin's University
Assistant/Associate Professor, Information Systems
Cleveland State University
Assistant or Associate Professor - Computer Science
University of Connecticut
Dean, James Clark School of Engineering
University of Maryland, College Park