Post by Logan on Jan 16, 2016 23:32:12 GMT -6
The Pentagon has lifted its suspension of the University of Phoenix over concerns about improper use of military logos and other government inquiries.
The move Friday comes three months after the Department of Defense barred the Phoenix-based for-profit school from recruiting students on its bases and from tapping new funds from a tuition assistance program for active-duty personnel.
As part of the change, the department will keep the university on stricter compliance reviews for the next two years, according to records filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
In all, it was welcome news for the university, which maintained it was unfairly punished by the Pentagon for unrelated, pending investigations by the Federal Trade Commission and the state of California.
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