I agree, Steve. Those 27 remaining ACICS-accredited schools were once 300 - actually 900 or so locations, counting branch campuses. . There can't be much left in the last coin-jar for the lawyers at this point. If there were some kitty or slush-fund somewhere, ACICS would be keeping up a barrage of legal stumbling blocks. My take: no ammo left. The anticipated crying and pooping is (hopefully) over. As for Fairfax, ACICS should have caught onto the situation - which was serious. And they didn't. I don't think it matters much about the profit / non-profit status - the writer had a valid reason to include the school as an example of what went wrong at ACICS. And the writer got a much-deserved shot in re: the Government's own "Visa trap," Reagan National U. Good job, Washington Post. Good job, Dept. of Ed. ACICS? I think they got what they deserved -- finally, after a pretty long re-instatement and stay of execution by the Trump Administration.