- Called “Diploma Mills,” the book explains why the $35 billion for-profit industry negatively affects students, taxpayers, lawmakers, and the many others who have viewed higher education as the promise of a better life.
- Angulo labels for-profit colleges as “diploma mills” that target low-income and nontraditional students, and scoop up a disproportionate amount of federal student aid.
Winthrop University, "Education Professor's Book Explains Negative Effects of For-Profit Colleges" (2016). Winthrop News 2016. 139.