Borrower Defense to Repayment: What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You

By Katherine (Kate) Lee Carey, Special Counsel, Cooley LLP
The Department of Education has issued Proposed Rules intended to expand the options for student borrowers to request debt relief, based on the alleged wrongdoing of their college. But these rules do much more than that.

U.S. Department of Education Releases State Authorization, Notice and Disclosure, and Institutional Eligibility Regulations

Career Education Admission Symposium Reveals New Truths and Exciting Direction for the Profession

By Shannon Gormley, Licensed School Counselor, Type 73/National Director of Enrollment Solutions, NortonNorris, Inc.
This article reveals the opportunities that lie ahead for admission professionals in career colleges and community colleges to elevate the profession, create lasting partnerships with high school counselors, and make a lasting impact on student outcomes.

Admissions 2020 and Beyond

Higher Education Marketing as a Gainful Employment Resource

By Richard McCulloch, Vice-President of Client Services, Tribeca Marketing Group
A creative redefinition of your comprehensive marketing strategy is an opportunity to improve the outcomes for your institution, not only because of the gainful employment regulations, but as a means to elevate the value proposition of attending your institution.

Authenticity, Privacy, Student-Centered Content are the Key to Successful Enrollment Growth