Grand Canyon Pays $5.2M to Settle Suit

August 19, 2010

Grand Canyon University has agreed to pay $5.2 million to settle a whistle-blower lawsuit charging it with violating federal rules barring incentive compensation for recruiters based on enrollments, The Arizona Republic reported. Grand Canyon, like other for-profit colleges, has criticized the rules as unclear, but their defenders say that they protect potential students from inappropriate recruiting tactics.

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