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Reasons To Consider Before Enrolling In For-Profit Colleges

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert Posts: 2,330 Senior Member
"... Because students invest a lot of their time and money to be able to attend a good college, most of them end with thousands of dollars in student loans with no easy way to repay them. And according to MarketWatch, even five years after graduates pay their student loans, the typical low-income borrowers were still not able to pay anything, especially when they do not end at the right school and it does not have to be the top 10% of the universities when it comes to economic opportunity.

So if you have considered submitting an application to a for-profit college, here are some considerations you need to bear in mind, according to the College Times." ...


Replies to: Reasons To Consider Before Enrolling In For-Profit Colleges

  • zobrowardzobroward Registered User Posts: 3,933 Senior Member
    edited February 15
    targeting a specific demographic to milk the finical aid system and provide a worthless diploma(for the very few who actually "graduate") makes you a predator not an educational institution. thankfully many of these places went out of business.
  • romanigypsyeyesromanigypsyeyes Registered User Posts: 32,789 Senior Member
    edited February 17
    How can there be so many typos in such a short article?

    ETA: Nevermind. It looks like she just churns out "articles" and doesn't even bother to proofread the titles.

    ETA 2: Apparently no one proofreads on this site. Not even in the about us section. http://www.universityherald.com/about-us/

    It seems like just a clickbait site.
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