Seeking Alpha

Capella Education (CPLA -11.6%) sinks after warning that enrollment in its schools in Q2 could...

Capella Education (CPLA -11.6%) sinks after warning that enrollment in its schools in Q2 could fall as much 6% to 7% compared to a year ago and revenue will slip 1% to 2% lower. (Earlier: earnings)
Comments (1)
  • These private schools charge each student in a class of 30, probably $3000 each, pay the adjunct professor $1500, and pocket the difference. They are NOT educational institutions...they are student loan delivery devices.
    24 Apr 2012, 11:47 AM Reply Like
DJIA (DIA) S&P 500 (SPY)