““The unbelievable thing is that a public institution is willing to risk its reputation and engage in this kind of practice just for the sake of generating revenue,” Barmak Nassirian said about UA’s decision to acquire UAGC. He’s the vice president for higher education policy at Veterans Education Success, an advocacy group for student veterans. Nassirian said veterans are prized and targeted by predatory colleges because of the robust education benefits they receive from the government. Nearly one-third of UAGC students are military-affiliated individuals, according to UA.”

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'Duped'_ Students of UA's new online college can't get jobs, say school misled them on value of degr