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Argosy University in Chicago is seen here in a January 6, 2011 file photo/<br>E. Jason Wambsgans, Chicago Tribune/TNS

Lawmakers look for ways to help former Argosy University students

The misfortunes of for-profit colleges has been a constant topic in higher education in recent years. About two-thirds of Georgia colleges that have closed in the past three years are for-profits, federal records show.


Group provides 'fraternity' for many veterans studying at Louisiana State University

Started in 2011, Student Veterans of LSU offers services to more than 900 students who are veterans or are using federal veteran benefits passed to them by a parent or spouse, and also has philanthropic outreaches to off-campus veterans. Roughly 100 students participate in the chapter.


Paperwork backlog delays benefits to veterans attending Wichita State

More than 100 student veterans at Wichita State University have not received their GI Bill benefits because of a paperwork backlog caused by understaffing at the university’s Military and Veteran Student Center.


University of Chicago eliminates SAT/ACT requirement

The University of Chicago will no longer require ACT or SAT scores from U.S. students, sending a jolt through elite institutions of higher education as it becomes the first top-10 research university to join the test-optional movement.


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Georgia State University

Georgia State’s urban campus, located in downtown Atlanta, offers great opportunities to network with local, state, and national companies, and has easy access to multiple military installations.