Tag Archives: Taxation

For-Profit or Not? These Days, the Lines Are Blurred

For-Profit or Not? These Days, the Lines Are Blurred | Goldie Blumenstyk | Chronicle of Higher Education | 28 January 2011

The article discusses the boundaries separating for-profit and non-profit colleges and universities in the U.S. The case of Keiser University and Remington College, which will both change from for-profit to non-profit schools, is discussed. Arthur Keiser, co-founder of Keiser University, discusses the deal that the school has made with Everglades College Inc. and the reputation of for-profit colleges in the U.S. Details about the conversion of Remington College are provided by president Jack W. Forrest. Other topics include the online education provider Ivy Bridge College, which is part of Tiffin University, tax status, the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and TCS Education System, which is a consortium of schools.


Towns, Gowns, and Taxes

Towns, Gowns, and Taxes |Karin Fischer |The Chronicle of Higher Education | 5 February 2010

Debate Over Taxes Sullies Town-Gown Relations in Pittsburgh. Higher education helped save Pittsburgh, so why are the two sides still fighting? When Pittsburgh played host to a summit of the world’s 20 largest economies last fall, local politicians proclaimed it “Transformation City,” trumpeting its evolution from sooty steel town to booming high-tech hub.