Stevens-Henager College, which has multiple campuses in Idaho and Utah, has become the latest for-profit postsecondary institution to change its tax status: The Idaho Statesman reports that the institution became a nonprofit as of Jan. 1. The college's chief executive, Eric Juhlin, told the newspaper the change would allow the college to accept tax-deductible donations for its scholarship programs scholarship programs and accept donated equipment, among other things. Keiser University changed its tax status in 2011.
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