Some are concerned about UAGC regaining access. Veterans Education Success, an advocacy group, had asked the VA earlier this month to “clearly state that it will not entertain any other state approving agency’s request to resume approval of UAGC programs.”
In the letter, Veterans Education Success President Carrie Wofford cited a federal law that required the VA to take action against institutions that make substantial misrepresentations to students.
“We’re obviously concerned to see that a school with such a troubling history is going to continue to receive GI Bill funds from taxpayer resources,” said William Hubbard, vice president for veterans and military policy at Veterans Education Success. The group plans to ask Arizona’s state approving agency to conduct a risk-based survey, which would help identify potentially problematic practices at UAGC, Hubbard said.
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