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With its extensive experience in conducting evaluations of international student academic records, the NAIA Eligibility Center has launched InCred, a credential evaluation service for internat... Read More

The rise of competency-based education (CBE) has redefined what college looks like for a growing number of students. The basic idea underlying CBE is simple: programs award credit based on demonstr... Read More

Ask the FERPA Professor

Posted on July 1 2015

Dear FERPA Professor, A colleague of mine had a question regarding a student requesting a transcript. The student has a balance due and of course the college will not release the record. In respon... Read More

At least two states already practice free community college tuition policies and more states are considering how they may implement a free program for their community college students.  These ... Read More

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Virtually every college, company, advocacy group and other party that commented on proposed new federal rules on campus financial products by last week's deadline asserted that it had students&... Read More

Making Title IX Work

Posted on July 6 2015

The intersection of campus police investigations and college disciplinary investigations into sexual assault is still a confusing mix at many institutions, but Susan Riseling, the chief of police a... Read More

The University of California admitted about 1,000 fewer California applicants for the academic year starting this fall, while the number of out-of-state applicants admitted -- both from the re... Read More

The main trade association of for-profit colleges will appeal a ruling that upholds the U.S. Education Department’s gainful-employment rule, the group announced in a news release on... Read More

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Several federal regulations, years in the making, took effect on Wednesday. Institutions must now comply with new rules from the U.S. Education Department governing gainful employment, state a... Read More

President Obama on Tuesday issued a new rule on overtime that could have a costly impact on colleges and universities, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education. In March 2014, President Obam... Read More

A provision tucked into the final fast-track trade authority legislation approved by Congress last week included language that would establish a safe harbor from Internal Revenue Service (IRS) pena... Read More

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to review a legal challenge to the race-conscious admissions policies at the University of Texas at Austin, reviving arguments against affirmative actio... Read More

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