Security clearance delays is keeping the federal agency from filling out the ranks of a division that handles defaulted federal student loans.
The administration wants to eliminate programs for after-school activities and teacher training.
The U.S. Education Department cut off federal student loan and grant funds last week after learning Argosy used $13 million owed to students to cover payroll and other expenses.
Students and faculty at the university say the U.S. Education Department needs to step up to end the confusion surrounding the future of the beleaguered institution.
A contractor for the Education Department is accusing the agency of leaving billions of dollars of uncollected student loans on the table by refusing to follow through on a solicitation.
The decision follows weeks of wrangling over missing student aid funds.
A federal judge chastised the U.S. Education Department's handling of the loan forgiveness program, in a ruling that could help applicants who've been denied.
The coalition wants Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie to increase oversight of colleges and programs eligible to receive veterans' tuition benefits.
The for-profit college has failed to distribute federal student aid at campuses across the country, including one in Arlington.
They’re often the backbone of the faculty, but their pay lags, resulting in efforts to unionize.