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The University of Arizona campus appears ripped in two, with images of the Department of Education, a phone with the UA logo, a red arrow pointing down and money in the center of the rip.

University of Arizona’s Controversial UAGC Consolidation Moves Forward

The university touts absorbing the online campus as a financial win, but dipping enrollment and millions in debt have experts doubtful.

New York Film Academy Faculty Members, Staff Unionize in NYC

Employees of the New York Film Academy’s New York City campus have voted overwhelmingly to unionize, the new union announced...

Walden Agrees to Pay $28.5 Million in Class-Action Settlement

Walden University, a for-profit online university, has settled a class-action lawsuit that accused the institution of targeting women and Black...

University of Antelope Valley Closes Campus, Faces Shutdown

The University of Antelope Valley, which came under fire last month for paying staff only a portion of their salaries...

California Appeals Court Largely Upholds Judgment Against Ashford

A California appeals court largely upheld a lower court’s 2022 finding that the former Ashford University and its parent company...
A highlighted text states employees will get 25% of their paycheck with the rest being paid in stock

Turmoil Grows at Embattled California University

Since going on accreditation probation in August, the University of Antelope Valley has lost its president, replaced part of employees’ salaries with stock options and now faces an eviction.

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U.S. Forces For-Profit Chain to Dismiss CEO, CFO

The move is part of an “unprecedented” settlement agreement that will officially shutter Florida Career College and allow the parent company’s remaining colleges to access federal financial aid, but with stricter rules.

Florida Career College to Close

Florida Career College, a for-profit institution whose ability to tap federal financial aid funds was cut off by the U.S...