Author Archives: Cassandra Hartman

Statement from Globe University & Minnesota School of Business on Judge’s Final Order

The Court’s final order was limited to one program—criminal justice—which has not been offered for more than two years and which represented no more than 4 percent of the Schools’ overall student population at any given time. We are disappointed that the Court’s findings, based on the testimony of only 16 students, have resulted in
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Globe University & Minnesota School of Business Lawsuit with the Minnesota Attorney

General Background: In July 2014, the Minnesota Attorney General filed suit against Globe University and Minnesota School of Business on a number of claims that it misled students, all but one of which have now been found unsubstantiated by the Court. Before trial began, the Judge issued a summary judgment in our favor ruling the
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Statement from Globe University & Minnesota School of Business on Teach Out and Articulation Agreements

For more than 140 years, Globe University and Minnesota School of Business have had the great privilege of providing career-focused education to tens of thousands of students from throughout the Midwest. Their success has always been, and remains, our number one priority today. While we continue to fight the injustices we feel have been done
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Globe University & Minnesota School of Business Statement on Financial Aid Decision

This is a sad day for two long-standing private institutions. Globe University (founded in 1885) and Minnesota School of Business (founded in 1877) will lose federal funding at the end of the year. The decision made on Tuesday, Dec. 6, continues the destructive actions taken by Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson and the Obama Administration against career-focused
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Things About Nursing You Probably Didn’t Know

Nursing dates back to the mid-19th century and the professional history began with Florence Nightingale. She was the daughter of wealthy British parents and eventually defied society and decided to become a nurse. According to nusrsingschoolhub.com, Nightingale began her career during the Crimean War by tending to injured soldiers on the battlefield. She eventually opened the
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Writing Tips: Commonly Confused Words

It’s pretty easy to get them confused and most spellcheckers won’t help you correct them either. The English language has a lot of words that either look alike, sound alike or, worst of all, look and sounds alike but have completely different meanings. Here is a list of often confused words: affect/effect WRONG: No amount
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Report: RN Among Jobs with Biggest Pay Raises

Registered nurse is on the list of the 13 jobs with the biggest pay raises, according to Glassdoor.com’s newest report released. The report looks at the top jobs where base pay has increased the most over the past year. Salaries have grown 5-11 percent over the past year, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). According
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We Help Connect Employers with Qualified Job & Internship Candidates

Minnesota School of Business and Globe University offers services beyond the classroom when it comes to preparing for a new career. All of our students are entitled to ongoing career assistance – whether they are just starting out their job hunt or transitioning careers. Students can take advantage of this service anytime, no matter when
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