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Ask the FERPA Professor

Posted on December 16 2014

Greetings, Professor! I just read AACRAO’s Nov 18 posting entitled FERPA: Noting student misconduct on transcripts. The practice at my institution is to note “Administrative with... Read More

Over the past decade, a number of innovations have transformed the admissions process. Most of these innovations helped admissions officers select students who were likely to attend and thrive... Read More

"Field Notes" is an occasional Connect column covering practical and philosophical issues facing admissions and registrar professionals. The columns are authored by various AACRAO me... Read More

What defines whether a student or graduate is ready, willing and able to take the next step in their lives—whether it be college or a career—and be successful? According to a recent AC... Read More

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Oregon Loses Appeal of Apollo Lawsuit

Posted on December 17 2014

A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday sided with a lower court's decision to dismiss a class-action lawsuit the State of Oregon had filed against the Apollo Education Group. The suit allege... Read More

Report: "The Case for Payroll Withholding" Organizations: New America Foundation, Young Invincibles, National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators Summary: With... Read More

Sam Stephenson was steeling himself for another round of college applications after his first choice, Johns Hopkins University, turned him down. Then the 17-year-old from Culpeper County in Virgini... Read More

Protecting Whom?

Posted on December 16 2014

The U.S. Department of Education is seeking to help block the release of records about how the University of Montana punished a student accused of sexual assault, citing student privacy l... Read More

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The U.S. Department of Education is seeking to help block the release of records about how the University of Montana punished a student accused of sexual assault, citing student privacy laws, repor... Read More

The American Council on Education announced this week that 25 colleges have signed up for an alternative credit consortium, reports The Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed. The 25 c... Read More

A study of sexual assault released by the federal government challenges the notion that sexual assault is more prevalent on college campuses, reports The Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Hi... Read More

A for-profit higher education company has agreed to pay Massachusetts $3.75 million to resolve claims that it engaged in deceptive enrollment tactics, The Boston Globe reported. The office of the ... Read More

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