Attorney General's Regulations
There are only a few days left to submit your comments on the proposed regulations for private post-secondary career schools.
The deadline is this Thursday, February 21, 2014.
Please direct comments to
Mary Freeley, Public Protection and Advocacy Bureau
Office of the Attorney General
One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108
All submissions, whether electronic or hard copy, must include the sender's full name and address.
to review the proposed regulation amendments.
Inform Your Legislator
It is now time to reach out to your elected officials, both local and at the state level. Please let them know how the proposed regulations will impact your school.
Invite your local legislator to
There is no better way to showcase your institution's importance to the community to a member of the Massachusetts Legislature than hosting a campus tour. Legislators are always eager to touch base with the people in their districts, and welcome the opportunity to spend time with the constituents whose interests they represent at the State House.
your school for a tour or for a graduation.
To learn more about setting up a campus tour check click here for APSCU's advocacy assistance.
Professional Development Seminars |
April 11, 2014 | Chicopee, MA
MAPCS will conduct two professional development seminars on April 11, 2014.
Active Ways to Engage Your Students in Learning
Presented by: Marinda Ashman | Associate Professor, Department Chair | College Success Studies | University College at Utah Valley University.
Financial Aid Protocols and Best Practices
Presented by: Peter Terebesi | Ed-Executives, LLC | Executive Search | Consulting Services | Staff Augmentation
More information coming soon.