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Education Dept. steps in to help Argosy University students shorted $13 million in financial aid – The Washington Post

Weeks into the spring semester, students at Argosy University, a chain of career schools stretching from Virginia to California, are still waiting for $13 million in federal financial aid, according to court documents. The delay is the latest development in the ill-fated acquisition of Argosy, South University and Art Institutes campuses by Dream Center Education More Info »

Rasmussen College Launches Professional Nursing Associate’s Degree Program to Orlando to Meet Community Needs

ADN program marks first Nursing program offered at new campus ORLANDO, Fla.–Rasmussen College, a regionally accredited private college, today announced the expansion of its Professional Nursing Associate’s degree (ADN) program to its new Orlando campus.1 The Rasmussen College ADN program, which can be completed in as few as 18 months, prepares students to sit for More Info »

Ross University School of Medicine & Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University Partner to Increase Physician Diversity in the U.S.

Schools create pathway program for graduates of the HBCU to attend medical school TALLAHASSEE, Fla.–African Americans make up only six percent1 of U.S. physicians. With the goal of driving diversity among U.S. physicians, today Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) and Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) announced a new agreement to help more African More Info »