California BPPE Proposed STRF Regulations June 2016
For the latest information on the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education’s proposed Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) regulations, check out the “Current Regulatory Activity” section of the BPPE site: http://www.bppe.ca.gov/lawsregs/current.shtml
Public hearings are scheduled for June 14, 2016.
California BPPE Proposed Regulations May 2016
The California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) has sent out an e-mail broadcast announcing proposed regulations that “establish priorities for its inspections and other investigative resources to ensure that student protections are the highest priority.” School owners are encouraged … Continue reading →
New OPT STEM Extension May 2016
The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) has announced that the 24-month STEM OPT extension is now in effect. The Study in the States site has the full details:
SEVIS Releases March 2016 Quarterly Review
For the latest Student and Exchange Visitor Program stats on international student enrollment in U.S. schools, colleges, and universities, check out “SEVIS by the Numbers”:
BPPE Stakeholder Meeting April 25th 2016
Here’s the verbatim text of the e-mail announcement sent by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education:
Just a reminder that the second Stakeholders Meeting is Monday April 25 at 1:30pm. The meeting will pick up where the first one … Continue reading →
A BPPE-approved film school (vocational certificate programs) based in Southern California is available for acquisition by a qualified buyer. The owner’s representative will respond to inquiries by prospective buyers only—no brokers please.
(Tri-Logos & Associates, Inc. is not a … Continue reading →
There may soon be new accreditation agencies that specialize in evaluating coding boot camps and other non-traditional education providers that are not adequately served by traditional accreditors. Inside Higher Ed has the story:
BPPE Task Force Meeting March 21, 2016 Cancelled
The California BPPE has just released the following announcement:
Due to extenuating circumstances, the Task Force Meeting scheduled for March 21, 2016 has been cancelled.
The Bureau is working to reschedule the meeting as soon as practicable. Please look for … Continue reading →
Many owners of coding boot camps and academies are unaware of the serious consequences of operating without approval in states that have authorization requirements. In California, for example, private schools, colleges, and universities require state approval to operate from the … Continue reading →
ACCET Accreditation Consultants
Is your school undergoing initial accreditation or reaccreditation with ACCET? Tri-Logos & Associates, Inc. is a consulting firm that specializes in providing solutions to the complex regulatory issues facing private postsecondary schools of all types: ESL, vocational, and degree-granting. Although … Continue reading →