Wofford, then senior counsel of the Senate’s education committee, said for-profits appear to be stepping up their advertising aimed at veterans of the U.S. military and active-duty service members, a heavily sought group of potential students amid the last recession.

“It’s concerning because of the ugly recruiting we saw in the last recession,” said Wofford, now president of Veterans Education Success, which advocates for student veterans.

Read the full story by Inside Higher Ed, “The Recession and For-Profit College Recruiting” published April 17, 2020.