For-Profit Higher Education
Rasmussen College says the change aligns with its community-service goals. It might also help meet an accreditor's call for colleges to serve the public good.
Even if the amenities cost many thousands of dollars per student, they represent a college cost that students and their parents have asked for.
Colleges can’t simply hang a "For Sale" sign and move on, but they can provide their students with attractive out-of-classroom opportunities.
"You can probably make more money having a first-class yard sale."
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