The department has been uneven in recent years at data keeping for default rates, which has been scrutinized for lacking context on the raw numbers associated with graduation or attrition rates.
At first sight, the headline appears like the precursor to a very bad week for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Paine College announced to attendees […]
Paine College was recently awarded “candidacy status” for accreditation through the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) commission located in Forest, VA. This is huge news for the […]
Paine College President Jerry Hardee received the support during a Saturday press conference last week, held to provide more details on the school’s accreditation status and lawsuit against the Sothern […]
Being technically correct is not a thorough standard when it comes to where students should spend tuition money, donors should invest, and if the federal government should guarantee an institution […]
Good of All, a nonprofit organization committed to educating citizens about human rights and freedoms recently announced the launch of the Universal Rights Scholarship Program, named for civil rights advocacy […]
A former Paine College administrator who is suing the embattled private university for unlawful termination appears to be heading to court. The Augusta Chronicle reports on former institutional advancement vice-president […]
Paine College President Jerry Hardee writes in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution this week to make the case for the school’s survival. Battered by years of scandal, turnover, enrollment decline and accreditation […]
Paine College graduate Jason Lewis is a new social media celebrity, thanks to a kind gesture he showed a shopper at an Evans, Ga. Walmart this week. Check out the […]
Paine College will welcome 150 new students this fall, even as questions surround a new administration and the future of its accreditation and finances. WRDW in Augusta reports.