For-profit Education - Diverse Military

Most Military Branches are Seeing an Increase in TA Benefit Usage, Except for the Army

by Monica Levitan | January 24, 2019
According to data from the U.S. Department of Defense, usage of the military tuition assistance [...] Read more

Former St. John’s Military Student Receives Arbitration Award From School

by Monica Levitan | January 17, 2019
A former St. John’s Military School student has received a $369,175 arbitration award in a la [...] Read more

Settlement with For-Profit Ed Company Will Omit Collecting $493.7M in Student Debt

by Monica Levitan | January 11, 2019
Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller recently announced that under a new nationwide settlement with [...] Read more

VA still paying millions in GI Bill tuition to ineligible for-profit schools: Watchdog

by Richard Sisk | December 06, 2018
The VA Office of Inspector General (OIG) has issued the latest in a series of five audits charg [...] Read more

Another for-profit college chain, popular with GI Bill users, closes suddenly

by Jeff Amy and Collin Binkley | December 06, 2018
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — One of the nation’s largest for-profit college chains announced Wedne [...] Read more

For-Profit Berkeley College Faces Civil Charges

by Colleen Wilson | October 23, 2018
WHITE PLAINS – A for-profit college with a downtown city campus is facing civil charges [...] Read more

Veterans’ Legal Aid Program is Part of New White House Platform

by Lydia Wheeler | October 18, 2018
Donald Trump’s presidency has turned former Obama-era White House lawyer Sarah Baker into a s [...] Read more

N.J. Attorney General Backs Lawsuit of Defrauded Students

by Hannan Adely | October 16, 2018
New Jersey has pledged support in a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education over its a [...] Read more