The department should ensure that student are protected when colleges use third-party servicers, like Higher One, to deliver aid refunds, a report says.
The New America Foundation asserts that momentum is building to create such a system, despite continued opposition from the national association for private colleges.
In a letter to the secretary of education, a congressman who led an investigation says the colleges no longer require the student-aid forms.
The nominee for the White House's top higher-education post was on hand at a closed session during the American Council on Education's meeting.
With stagnant state appropriations, administrators have to find efficiencies somewhere in a campus’s buildings.
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