Moody's Investors Service said this week that a class action filed against 12 law schools last week could endanger those schools' financial positions, since they rely overwhelmingly on tuition revenue, and a lawsuit alleging that a school inflated graduation and employment statistics is not a strong selling point for attracting students. "The lawsuits are credit negative for the law schools given the potential for reputational damage leading to application and enrollment declines that would pressure tuition revenue," Moody's analyst Emily Schwarz wrote in the ratings agency's weekly credit outlook.
- Report: Minority community college students denied access to federal loans
- Report: Distance Learning Providers Should Be Regulated By Fewer States, Perhaps Just One
- Report: Barriers to the rise of artificially intelligent tutors at traditional universities
- Report: Robots stack up to human professors in teaching Intro Stats
- Report: State merit aid influences residency decisions of few graduates
Search for Jobs
Popular Job Categories