“Our Philosophy” at UOPX • Our core goal is to meet the needs of working and underserved students by giving you the chance to earn your col ege degree. Flexible scheduling, faculty with real- ‐world knowledge and a consistent and eﬀec7ve curriculum design help make higher educa7on accessible to everyone. • Accessibility to Higher Educa7on(入学者の選抜はしない) – We don’t require students to provide standardized col ege entrance exam scores or essay submissions for admission. (snip) • Flexible Scheduling(学期制をとらない) – We oﬀer ﬂexible class schedules instead of opera7ng on a semester or quarter 7me frame. This means you can get started right away and enrol at University of Phoenix year- ‐round. • Prac77oner Faculty(教員は研究者ではない) – We bridge the gap between theory and prac7ce by hiring faculty members who bring more than an advanced degree to the classroom. Faculty members are also working professionals who are encouraged to stay current in their professions and involved in academic and scholarly ac7vi7es. • Centralized Curriculum Design(カリキュラム設計の一元化) – Our degree programs are designed to provide a quality educa7on based on relevant and eﬀec7ve learning. Our col ege Deans and select faculty members col aborate to create each program based on speciﬁc objec7ves for student outcomes.
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営利大学の卒業率は圧倒的に低い IPEDS Gradua7on Rate, 2008 80 60 Public 40 Private, 65 Non- ‐Proﬁt 55 For- ‐Proﬁt 20 22 0 4- ‐Year David Shulenburger氏スライドから • IPEDS First Look 2008- ‐09, Table 5. Gradua7on rates at Title IV ins7tu7ons, by race/ethnicity, level and control of ins7tu7on, gender, and degree at the ins7tu7on where the students started as ful - ‐7me, ﬁrst- ‐7me students: United States, cohort year 2002. source: Educa7on Trust
営利大学の学生の負債は圧倒的に 大きい Median Debt of Bachelor's Degree Recipients, 2007- ‐08 $35,000 $30,000 $25,000 $20,000 $15,000 $31,190 $10,000 $17,040 $5,000 $7,960 $0 Public Private, non- ‐proﬁt For- ‐proﬁt source: Educa7on Trust • Analysis of NPSAS:08 in Trends in Student Aid, The Col ege Board, 2009. David Shulenburger氏スライドから
かつ、滞納率も高い If default rates were tracked for three years instead of two, for- ‐proﬁt default rates would double to about one in ﬁve. Cohort Default Rate (CDR) (Three- ‐year average, 2005- ‐07) Ins0tu0on Type 3- ‐Year For- ‐proﬁt 19.1% Private, non- ‐proﬁt 5.0% Public 8.1% source: Educa7on Trust • Ed Trust analysis of Trial 3- ‐Year Cohort Default Rates, Na7onal Student Loan Data System, Department of Educa7on, h$p://federalstudentaid.ed.gov/datacenter/cohort.html David Shulenburger氏スライドから
2012年米国上院報告 • For Proﬁt Higher Educa7on: The Failure to Safeguard the Federal Investment and Ensure Student Success
"Congress must put in place a much more rigorous regulatory structure that incen7vizes the sector to make the ﬁnancial investments necessary to result in higher student success."