The majority of colleges and universities in America today are in crisis. Skyrocketing costs, high dropout rates, lack of actual learning, less available students, graduates who cannot get jobs at family sustaining salaries and crushing student loan debt are all symptoms of the problem. Americans are increasingly questioning the value and return on investment of a college degree. Further evidence of the problem is the growing number of colleges and universities that are closing or consolidating; a number that will increase unless fundamental change occurs. Simply put, the current system of higher education is no longer sustainable. However, in an increasingly competitive global economy, it is vital to national security and economic prosperity that the country produces a significant number of qualified college graduates. This book provides a proven model of how to fix the problems with higher education.