College Access and Opportunity Act

Colleges and universities around the nation could be affected by the recent legislation related to the HR 4283, also known as the College Access and Opportunity Act. In 2004, House Republicans John Boehner and Buck McKeon presented this bill to Congress. The main focus of the bill was to make federal financial aid programs available to students and the criteria used in determining eligibility for these programs. Some experts fear this legislation will make the industry more vulnerable to degree mills, also known as diploma mills since these less-than-legitimate organizations will be able to offer financial aid to their unsuspecting enrollees, thus guaranteeing funding while simultaneously providing an unaccredited education. At Accredited Classes, we help eliminate the risk of being lured to one of these unscrupulous websites.

Referenced Source(s): THOMAS, Library of Congress (


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