04/01/2010

University of Phoenix Rip-Off

“In 2009, the U.S. Department of Education provided a preliminary report to the university that cited untimely return of unearned Title IV funds for more than 10 percent of sampled students. The report also expressed a concern that some students enroll and begin attending classes before completely understanding the implications of enrollment, including their eligibility for student financial aid. As a result, in January 2010, its parent company, Apollo Group Inc., was required to post a letter of credit for $125 million by January 30 of the same year” --BusinessWeek
01/13/2010

Military Tuition & GI Bill

The military in the United States has seen a huge influx of service members over the past 6 and 7 years and these service members are qualifying for educational assistance with the GI bill and other programs to pay for their higher education after they leave the military.
12/15/2009

Online University Writing Help

Now there is Online University Writing Help at Facebook.com We have long recognized the need for college and university writing help on Facebook. So many students […]