The Graduate and Professional Issues Caucus’ work has culminated in a new report with seven recommendations for supporting NASFAA members and students from their sector. The caucus, convened in June 2014, was tasked with “identify[ing] the unique needs (training and policy) of graduate and professional schools and provid[ing] recommendations on how NASFAA ca […]
"Students at 28 campuses owned by Corinthian Colleges Inc. encountered locked doors and posters bearing messages from angry students on Monday, signs of the abrupt end of the for-profit higher-education company that had been under intense scrutiny by the U.S. Department of Education," The Chronicle of Higher Education reports.
"The implosion of Corinthian Colleges over the past 10 months was an unprecedented challenge for the U.S. Department of Education. But navigating the politics left in the wake of the company’s collapse may prove even trickier," Inside Higher Ed reports.
"Most students coming out of college have thousands of dollars in student loan debt. ... Now, people are taking advantage of that," WBAY reports, in an article that quotes NASFAA board member Sara Beth Holman.