Too Good to be True? Yes. The Student Loan “Relief” Scam

By Katherine (Kate) Lee Carey, Special Counsel, Cooley LLP
A new Internet scam is targeting students with false promises of “debt relief” and besmirching the good name of many colleges in the process. Your institution can take a number of steps to protect itself and its students from becoming victims.

Mergers and Acquisitions in Higher Education: Considering the Letter of Intent

Navigating Relationship Risks: An Overview of Policy Approaches to Governing Consensual Employee-Student Relationships in the University

By Hayley Hanson, Katie Jo Luningham, Husch Blackwell LLP
In the past, colleges and universities have been hesitant to enact policies policing romantic and/or sexual relationships, but now many schools are taking action to implement employee-student relationship policies. This articles looks at four possible policy approaches.

Mergers and Acquisitions in Higher Education: Considering the Letter of Intent

3D Course Design, Competency-Based Online Learning, and Why Distance Education Earned a Bad Name

By Dr. Joel A. English, Vice President, Centura College, Aviation Institute of Maintenance, and Tidewater Tech
English looks at why the first generation of online learning earned a bad name, and what online courses need to accomplish to improve upon their performance in years to come.

Career Colleges – Entering a 21st Century Where Industry Certifications and Employment Relevance are Essential

Improving Interdepartmental Cooperation: He Doesn’t Know the Rules! But Neither Does She!

By Stephen T. Chema II, and Ben Walker, Ritzert & Leyton, PC
Learn about how cooperation between departments can positively impact operations at a school. Attorneys from Ritzert & Leyton, P.C. provide advice and input regarding strategies to improve cooperation at your institution.

Converting the Worst of Times into the Best of Times: Market Research in a Time of Rebirth