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Can colleges compensate recruiters based on graduation rates?

Aaron Lacey January 12, 2016

The Court’s reasoning strongly suggests that retention-based and placement-based compensation both ought to be permissible, given that both, like completion and graduation, are reasonably divorced from the enrollment process. READ MORE

Can colleges reward students and alumni for referring new students?

Aaron Lacey August 11, 2014
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One of the more common questions we receive in our higher education practice concerns whether an institution may offer a student or alumni referral program without running afoul of federal law. Or, more specifically, whether such a program violates the incentive compensation regulations enforced by the U.S. Department of Education. READ MORE