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Colorado: New Bill Would Allow Students to Transfer Credits From For-Profit Colleges (Denver Post)

9 February 2010 51 views One Comment

“State Sen. Keith King thinks there could be one solution [to overcrowding at colleges]: Let the state’s for-profit colleges take the heat off. The Colorado Springs Republican is sponsoring a bill that would let students who take general education classes at private schools, including for-profit colleges such as Colorado Technical University and Westwood College, transfer those credits to public schools,” the Denver Post reports.


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One Response to “Colorado: New Bill Would Allow Students to Transfer Credits From For-Profit Colleges (Denver Post)”

  1. Matthew Teets says on January 31, 2013 at 2:20 pm:

    Public Colleges and universities should have transfer all credits from Private technical/occupational colleges and there should be no fee for the Privates schools to do so. They should just do it. stop being lazy and do the work of seeing how all of a transfer student’s credits transfer in. Should it should be their job to do that and they should have all of the private technical school catalogs on hand to do the research. It is after all what they are paid to do.

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