Cooling Career College Enrollment Not All Due to Credit Crisis

September 2008
Educational Marketer;9/1/2008, Vol. 39 Issue 17, p1
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The article reports on the government's response to the slowing enrollment growth in for-profit, career-oriented colleges due to the increased federal student loan limits in the U.S. Kevin Modany, president of ITT Educational Services, states that the government's Title IV loan programs provide stability to the student financing markets. It also mentions about the positive impact of government's implementation of the Higher Education Act on career college operators.


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