Senators Deny Federal Funding

Students have been deceived about cost, transferability of credits, and odds of obtaining a job after graduation cannot sue the school due to past Supreme Court decisions. Recently, nine U.S. Senators asked “If a for-profit college deceives students about cost, transferability of credits, program quality, job placement, salary after graduation, or other claims, these students […]

Public Government Driving Colleges to Privatization

Each day, higher education as a whole is becoming increasingly politicized. Over the past few years, the U.S. government has become a hostile environment for corporate business, with some large companies leaving the country and others restructuring into S corporations or partnerships, both of which have lower tax rates and fewer regulations. Many public companies […]

US Marshals Making Arrests for Unpaid Student Loans

With over 40 million people in the United States carrying student loan debt, there are plenty of us who worry about making our payments on time and staying up-to-date on our student loan payments. In fact, many college-educated Americans have made big sacrifices just to pay student loans like delaying getting married, putting off travel […]

As Student Loan Debt Soars, Some Students Fear the Future

Graduating high school was once considered something for which to look forward. Students dreamed of the freedom college offered, and prospects for the future danced in their heads. But these days, with student loan debt at an all-time high, this is no longer the case. According to The State Press, Arizona State University’s online publication, […]

Sanders’ School Subsidy Plan

Primary season is upon us, and presidential candidates are working to inform voters about their stances on many of the hot-button issues facing their audiences. For example, Bernie Sanders has attracted the attention of many members of the Millennial generation with his plan to provide free tuition at public colleges and universities. But how realistic […]