Q&A on the 90-10 Rule

Q&A on the 90-10 Rule

The 90-10 Rule is a federal law barring for-profit colleges from receiving more than 90% of their revenues from Department of Education federal student aid. It is modeled on the Department of Veterans Affairs’ long-standing 85-15 Rule, which prohibits more than 85% of a program’s students from receiving VA funding.

Q&A on the 90-10 Rule (January 2016)

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