The Department of Education has levied a $37.7 million fine against Grand Canyon University for allegedly misleading more than 7,500 former and current students about the cost of its doctoral programs. The Washington Post reports that, “Grand Canyon, which enrolls more than 118,000 students mostly online, disputes the charges and said it ‘will take all measures necessary to defend itself from these false allegations.’ This is the largest fine the department says it has issued against a university for deceptive practices, and the first significant action brought by the enforcement unit of the Federal Student Aid office since the Biden administration reestablished it two years ago.” The story is here.