Is Your College Turning Away Students Without a High School Diploma?

Posted by Laurie Woychick on 9/17/14 8:00 AM

FAPSC-2014-Central-Logo-LargewebcondenseMore and more career colleges are turning away potential students because they lack a high school diploma or equivalent. Recent changes to the GED make it more difficult to pass and the elimination of federal financial aid programs like AtB, and many career colleges are seeing their pool of qualified, prospective students declining. Eligibility, or a lack of a high school diploma, prevents individuals from pursuing post-secondary education and changing their futures, and negatively impacts enrollment for colleges. See how one career college solved this growing problem with a new type of enrollment solution – a High School Completion Program.

 

Click below to view the full FAPSC presentation and learn more about how one career college stopped turning away high school non-completers.

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Topics: High School Completion, Penn Foster News & Events, College Enrollment & Retention

 

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