* The Clinton Campaign criticizes mandatory arbitration. Inside Higher Ed reports: http://bit.ly/2e1uHEp

* Next time users search for a college or university in Google, search results will include student outcomes data from College Scorecard. Ed Surge reports:  http://bit.ly/2d2SvGd

* Market Place dives into the issue of when going to college becomes a financial risk: http://bit.ly/2dMOy7x

* Despite an array of calculating tools, comparing financial-aid packages is still an incredibly dense and circular process. The Atlantic reports: http://theatln.tc/2dcNSZT

* eCampus News takes a look at why universities are mirroring business analytics for better higher education data: http://bit.ly/2e1uelN

* Wall Street Journal editorial author Allysia Finley writes on the collateral damage inflicted by the Obama administration’s war on for-profit colleges: http://on.wsj.com/2cFL2cN

* The rate at which student loan borrowers defaulted on debt taken out to attend college dropped for the second consecutive year, the Department of Education announced. Inside Higher Ed writes: http://bit.ly/2duX63w

* There’s more and more proof student loan borrowers are getting cheated. Market Watch reports: http://on.mktw.net/2dmbf5E

* Are all for-profit colleges rip-offs? Forbes reports: http://bit.ly/2dJPwFy


* Communication Arts shines the spotlight on SVA Masters in Digital Photography alum Ping Wang Xin: http://bit.ly/2cTcxj3

* LIM College announces an articulation agreement with El Centro College in Texas. The North Dallas Gazette speaks with two students who plan to attend LIM: http://bit.ly/2dKrZEj


Join us on Tuesday, October 18th at the Albany Renaissance Hotel from 11:00 am – 2:30 pm for the APC Fall Membership Meeting. Contact Donna Gurnett @ dgurnett@apc-colleges.org for more information.

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