Two recent antitrust investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) into student recruitment practices highlight the agency's increased interest in higher education.

These investigations are the latest in a number of antitrust matters that implicate the approach colleges, universities, and other nonprofit higher education organizations take to certain decisions about recruiting, faculty hiring, financial aid policy, and student-athlete programs. We've gathered some recent significant antitrust cases that fundamentally affect the business of higher education.

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