Tuesday, September 27, 2022

ADTALEM GLOBAL EDUCATION INC. Administration’s Dialogue and Evaluation of Monetary Situation and Outcomes of Operations (kind 10-Ok)

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On this Administration's Dialogue and Evaluation of Monetary Situation and Outcomes
of Operations ("MD&A"), Adtalem International Schooling Inc., along with its
subsidiaries, is collectively known as "Adtalem," "we," "our," "us," or
related references.

Discussions inside this MD&A could comprise forward-looking statements. See the
"Ahead-Trying Statements" part previous Half I of this Annual Report on
Type 10-Ok for particulars in regards to the uncertainties that would trigger our precise
outcomes to be materially totally different than these expressed in our forward-looking
statements.

All through this MD&A, we generally use info derived from the Consolidated
Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge"
and the notes thereto however not introduced in accordance with U.S. typically
accepted accounting ideas ("GAAP"). Sure of this stuff are thought-about
"non-GAAP monetary measures" underneath the Securities and Change Fee
("SEC") guidelines. See the "Non-GAAP Monetary Measures and Reconciliations" part
for the explanations we use these non-GAAP monetary measures and the reconciliations
to their most straight comparable GAAP monetary measures.

Sure objects introduced in tables could not sum on account of rounding. Percentages
introduced are calculated from the underlying numbers in hundreds. Discussions
all through this MD&A are primarily based on persevering with operations except in any other case famous.
The MD&A must be learn along with the Consolidated Monetary
Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge" and the
notes thereto.

Segments

Throughout the first quarter of fiscal yr 2022, Adtalem made a change to its
reportable segments to align with present strategic priorities and useful resource
allocation.

Starting within the second quarter of fiscal yr 2022, Adtalem eradicated its
Monetary Providers phase when the Affiliation of Licensed Anti-Cash
Laundering Specialists ("ACAMS"), Becker Skilled Schooling ("Becker"),
OnCourse Studying ("OCL"), and EduPristine, have been categorized as discontinued
operations and belongings held on the market. In accordance with GAAP we now have categorized
the ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and EduPristine entities as "Held for Sale" and
"Discontinued Operations" in all durations introduced as relevant. Because of this,
all monetary outcomes, disclosures, and discussions of continuous operations in
this Annual Report on Type 10-Ok exclude ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and EduPristine
operations, except in any other case famous. On March 10, 2022, we accomplished the sale of
ACAMS, Becker, and OCL and on June 17, 2022, we accomplished the sale of
EduPristine. As well as, we proceed to incur prices related to ongoing
litigation and settlements associated to the DeVry College divestiture, which
was accomplished throughout fiscal yr 2019, and are categorized as expense inside
discontinued operations. See Notice 4 "Discontinued Operations and Belongings Held for
Sale" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements
and Supplementary Knowledge" for added discontinued operations info.

We current three reportable segments as follows:

Chamberlain – Presents diploma and non-degree packages within the nursing and well being
professions postsecondary schooling business. This phase consists of the
operations of Chamberlain College (“Chamberlain”).

Walden - Presents greater than 100 on-line certificates, bachelor's, grasp's, and
doctoral levels, together with these in nursing, schooling, counseling, enterprise,
psychology, public well being, social work and human providers, public administration
and public coverage, and legal justice. This phase consists of the operations of
Walden College ("Walden"), which was acquired by Adtalem on August 12, 2021.
See Notice 3 "Acquisitions" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8.
"Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on the
acquisition.

Medical and Veterinary - Presents diploma and non-degree packages within the medical
and veterinary postsecondary schooling business. This phase consists of the
operations of the American College of the Caribbean College of Drugs
("AUC"), Ross College College of Drugs ("RUSM"), and Ross College College
of Veterinary Drugs ("RUSVM"), that are collectively known as the
"medical and veterinary faculties."

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“Dwelling Workplace and Different” consists of actions not allotted to a reportable
phase. Monetary and descriptive details about Adtalem’s reportable
segments is introduced in Notice 21 “Phase Info” to the Consolidated
Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. “Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge.”


Sure bills beforehand allotted to ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and EduPristine
inside our former Monetary Providers phase throughout fiscal yr 2020, fiscal
yr 2021, and the primary quarter of fiscal yr 2022 have been reclassified to
Dwelling Workplace and Different primarily based on discontinued operations reporting steering
relating to allocation of company overhead. Starting within the second quarter of
fiscal yr 2022, these prices are being allotted to the Chamberlain, Walden,
and Medical and Veterinary segments.

Walden College Acquisition

On August 12, 2021, Adtalem accomplished the acquisition of all of the issued and
excellent fairness curiosity in Walden e-Studying, LLC, a Delaware restricted
legal responsibility firm ("e-Studying"), and its subsidiary, Walden College, LLC, a
Florida restricted legal responsibility firm, from Laureate Schooling, Inc. ("Laureate" or
"Vendor") in alternate for a purchase order worth of $1.5 billion in money (the
"Acquisition"). See the "Liquidity and Capital Sources" part of this MD&A
for a dialogue on the financing used to fund the Acquisition. The dangers and
uncertainties associated to the Acquisition are described in Merchandise 1A. "Danger
Components."

Fiscal Yr 2022 Highlights

Monetary and operational highlights for fiscal yr 2022 embody:

Adtalem income grew $480.2 million, or 53.0%, in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with

the prior yr. Excluding the impact of the Walden acquisition, Adtalem income

? declined $5.2 million, or 0.6%, in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr.

Chamberlain noticed a decline in income and Medical and Veterinary noticed a rise

in income.

Internet earnings attributable to Adtalem of $317.7 million ($6.57 diluted earnings

per share) elevated $240.8 million ($5.08 diluted earnings per share) in

fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with internet earnings attributable to Adtalem of $76.9

million within the prior yr. This enhance was primarily pushed by the acquire on

? the disposal of Monetary Providers, partially offset by elevated curiosity

expense. Internet earnings from persevering with operations excluding particular objects of

$158.2 million ($3.24 diluted earnings per share) elevated $38.9 million

($0.93 diluted earnings per share), or 32.6%, in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with

the prior yr. This enhance was pushed principally by the addition of Walden

operations, partially offset by elevated curiosity expense.

For the Might 2022 session, complete pupil enrollment at Chamberlain decreased

5.8% in comparison with the identical session final yr. Chamberlain skilled declining

? enrollment in a number of packages, with essentially the most pronounced being within the

Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (“RN-to-BSN”) on-line diploma

program.

On August 12, 2021, Adtalem accomplished its acquisition of Walden. As of June 30,

2022, complete pupil enrollment at Walden was 39,470 college students. Complete enrollment

? decreased 9.5% in comparison with June 30, 2021. (Prior yr figures are as calculated

within the prior yr by Walden whereas managed by Laureate – these figures are

used for comparative functions solely.)

? For the Might 2022 semester, complete pupil enrollment on the medical and

veterinary faculties elevated 3.5% in comparison with the identical semester final yr.

On March 10, 2022, Adtalem accomplished the sale of ACAMS, Becker, and OCL to

? Wendel Group and Colibri Group (“Purchaser”), pursuant to the Fairness Buy

Settlement (“Buy Settlement”) dated January 24, 2022. Adtalem obtained

$962.7 million, internet of money of $21.5 million, in sale proceeds.

On March 11, 2022, we made a prepayment of $396.7 million on our Time period Mortgage B

debt. On April 11, 2022, we repaid $373.3 of our 5.50% Senior Secured Notes due

? 2028 (the “Notes”), for money at a worth equal to 100% of the principal quantity

of the Notes. Throughout June 2022, we repurchased on the open market a further

   $20.8 million of Notes at a worth equal to roughly 90% of the principal
   quantity of the Notes.


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On March 14, 2022, we entered into an accelerated share repurchase (“ASR”)

settlement to repurchase $150.0 million of widespread inventory. We obtained an preliminary

? supply of 4,709,576 shares of widespread inventory. The ultimate settlement of the ASR

settlement is anticipated to be accomplished no later than in the course of the second quarter

of fiscal yr 2023 in accordance with the contractual completion date.

On March 1, 2022, we introduced that the Board of Administrators (the “Board”)

? approved Adtalem’s thirteenth share repurchase program, which permits Adtalem

to repurchase as much as $300.0 million of its widespread inventory by means of February 25,

2025. No repurchases have been made underneath this program throughout fiscal yr 2022.

Overview of the Influence of COVID-19

On March 11, 2020, the novel coronavirus ("COVID-19") outbreak was declared a
pandemic by the World Well being Group. COVID-19 has had tragic penalties
throughout the globe and altered enterprise and shopper exercise throughout many
industries. Administration initiated a number of adjustments to the operations of our
establishments and administrative capabilities with the intention to shield the well being of our
college students and staff and to mitigate the monetary results of COVID-19 and its
resultant financial slowdown. We'll proceed to guage, and if acceptable,
undertake different measures sooner or later required for the continued security of our
college students and staff.

Outcomes of Operations


Administration believes the decreased enrollments at Chamberlain and Walden, and to
a lesser extent at Medical and Veterinary, are partially pushed by disruptions
within the nursing and healthcare markets brought on by COVID-19. The quantity of income,
working earnings, and earnings per share losses in fiscal yr 2022 pushed by
this disruption will not be quantifiable. Administration anticipates COVID-19 will
proceed to negatively have an effect on consolidated income, working earnings, and
earnings per share throughout fiscal yr 2023 and past or for so long as the
pandemic and the assorted surges proceed. In fiscal yr 2022, we skilled
larger variable bills related to bringing college students again to campus and
offering a protected surroundings within the context of COVID-19 as in-person instruction
continues at Chamberlain and the medical and veterinary faculties. These larger
variable bills are bills incurred within the regular course of on campus
operations and won't be categorized as COVID-19 bills. COVID-19 results on
fiscal yr 2022 and 2021 outcomes of operations of the Adtalem establishments are
described beneath.

?Chamberlain: Roughly 30% of Chamberlain's college students are primarily based at campus
places and pursuing their Bachelor of Science in Nursing ("BSN") diploma; at
the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak, all campus-based college students transitioned to
on-line studying for didactic and choose scientific experiences. The remaining 70%
of Chamberlain's college students are enrolled in on-line packages that will or could not
have scientific parts and people packages continued to efficiently function.
College students and staff have returned to all Chamberlain campuses for onsite
instruction. Administration believes that COVID-19 disruptions within the healthcare
business could have pushed the enrollment choices of potential college students within the
fiscal yr 2022 classes; nonetheless, the ensuing income losses particular to
COVID-19 will not be quantifiable. COVID-19 didn't lead to considerably
elevated prices at Chamberlain in fiscal yr 2022 and 2021. The extent of the
affect in fiscal yr 2023 and past shall be decided primarily based on the size and
severity of the consequences of COVID-19, the efficacy and distribution of the
vaccines, and whether or not any pandemic surge impacts healthcare services' capacity
to proceed to offer scientific experiences. Chamberlain has scientific
partnerships with healthcare services throughout the U.S., minimizing the chance of
suspension of all onsite scientific schooling experiences.

The Coronavirus Support, Aid, and Financial Safety Act (the "CARES Act") turned
regulation on March 27, 2020. It offered funding for larger schooling, which included
emergency grants, generally known as Larger Schooling Emergency Aid Fund ("HEERF") I,
for college students who skilled an surprising expense or hardship because of
the disruption of campus operations on account of COVID-19. In June 2020, Chamberlain
obtained a complete of $8.0 million in HEERF I grant funding, for which
distribution to eligible college students commenced on July 7, 2020. The Consolidated
Appropriations Act, 2021 (the "Appropriations Act") turned regulation on December 27,
2020. The Appropriations Act consists of the Coronavirus Response and Aid
Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 and is known as HEERF II. In
February 2021, Chamberlain was awarded $7.1 million in HEERF II grant funding,
all of which was disbursed to college students in fiscal yr 2021. The American Rescue
Plan Act of 2021 (the "Rescue Act") turned regulation on March 11, 2021 and approved
extra grant funds for college students, generally known as HEERF III. Chamberlain was
allotted $4.6 million in HEERF III grant funds which can be devoted solely to
college students who meet the establishment's eligibility standards and which have been
disbursed to college students in July 2021. HEERF I, II,

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and III funds have been a one-time emergency pupil monetary support useful resource
related to the COVID-19 pandemic and restoration, and thus will not be anticipated
to be renewed sooner or later. All the funds obtained underneath HEERF I, II, and
III have been redistributed to eligible college students who demonstrated distinctive want.
Because of this, these funds have been recorded as zero internet income of their respective
durations and, thus, didn't have a major impact on the outcomes of
operations, monetary place, or money flows of Adtalem in fiscal yr 2022,
2021, and 2020.

?Walden: All of Walden's college students are enrolled in on-line packages and these
packages have continued to efficiently function all through the COVID-19
pandemic. Administration believes that COVID-19 disruptions within the healthcare
business could have pushed the enrollment choices of potential college students in
fiscal yr 2022; nonetheless, the ensuing income losses particular to COVID-19 are
not quantifiable. COVID-19 didn't lead to elevated prices at Walden in fiscal
yr 2022. The extent of the affect in fiscal yr 2023 and past shall be
decided primarily based on the size and severity of the consequences of COVID-19 and the
efficacy and distribution of the vaccines.

?AUC and RUSM: Medical college students enrolled within the fundamental science portion of their
program transitioned to on-line studying on the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Many college students left St. Maarten and Barbados to proceed their research remotely
from different places. AUC and RUSM have been in a position to present distant studying and have
college students stay eligible for U.S. federal monetary support help underneath a
waiver offered by the U.S. Secretary of Schooling that was included within the
CARES Act signed into regulation in March 2020. The waiver was dependent upon the host
nation's coronavirus state of emergency declaration. The nation of St. Maarten
lifted their declaration in June 2020, and because of this, AUC's capacity to supply
distance schooling ended after the September 2020 semester, requiring all AUC
college students to return to St. Maarten for fundamental science instruction efficient
January 2021. A restricted variety of RUSM college students started returning to Barbados in
January and Might 2021 with a full return occurring for the September 2021
semester. The Appropriations Act was signed into regulation in December 2020, and
corrected technical errors within the CARES Act, which clarified the authority to
function through distance studying on account of a declaration of an emergency in an
relevant nation or a qualifying emergency within the U.S. This part additionally
prolonged these flexibilities by means of the tip of the qualifying emergency or June
30, 2022, whichever was later. The Appropriations Act offered Adtalem's international
establishments the power to proceed distance schooling with out disruption to
their college students' Title IV federal monetary support. Administration believes
uncertainties brought on by COVID-19 could have pushed the enrollment choices of
potential and present college students; nonetheless, COVID-19 didn't lead to vital
or quantifiable income losses or elevated prices throughout the fundamental science
packages on the medical faculties in fiscal yr 2022 and 2021, besides with
respect to housing operations in fiscal yr 2021, as mentioned beneath. COVID-19
will possible proceed to have a minimal affect on fundamental science program income
in fiscal yr 2023, except vital numbers of scholars select to not
proceed or begin their research throughout this time of uncertainty. The extent of
the affect in fiscal yr 2023 and past shall be decided primarily based on the size
and severity of the consequences of COVID-19, the efficacy and distribution of the
vaccines, and whether or not any pandemic surge impacts healthcare services' capacity
to proceed to offer scientific experiences. College students who have accomplished their
fundamental science schooling progress to scientific rotations within the U.S. and the U.Ok.
Medical rotations for all college students have been briefly suspended in March 2020;
nonetheless, some college students have been in a position to take part in on-line scientific elective
programs throughout this transition interval and past. The COVID-19 surge skilled
in the course of the winter in fiscal yr 2021 throughout the U.S. triggered many accomplice
hospitals to once more cut back the hours accessible for scientific experiences. As a
consequence, though many college students have been in a position to resume their scientific schooling
in the course of the second quarter of fiscal yr 2021, administration estimates that not
having the ability to supply a full scientific program lowered mixed income of AUC and
RUSM by roughly $21 million and working earnings losses by roughly
$14 million in fiscal yr 2021. As of June 2021, all scientific companions of AUC
and RUSM resumed their scientific packages. Because of this, COVID-19 didn't consequence
in any misplaced scientific income in fiscal yr 2022. Ought to future surges in
COVID-19 once more limit the variety of scientific hours accessible to our college students,
we might expertise damaging results on income and working earnings in fiscal
yr 2023 and past. Adtalem has scientific partnerships with hospitals throughout
the U.S. and the U.Ok., minimizing the chance of suspension of all onsite scientific
schooling experiences. Along with the lack of scientific income and working
earnings at AUC and RUSM, administration estimates losses of housing and pupil
transportation income of roughly $13 million and working earnings of
roughly $10 million in fiscal yr 2021 on account of college students not returning to
the St. Maarten and Barbados campuses. All college students have been allowed again on the 2
campuses within the first quarter of fiscal yr 2022, and subsequently, COVID-19 did
not lead to vital misplaced housing and pupil transportation income in
fiscal yr 2022.

?RUSVM: All fundamental science veterinary college students transitioned to on-line studying
starting in March 2020. Many college students left St. Kitts in March 2020 to proceed
their research remotely from different places. As of Might 2021, all fundamental

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science college students returned to St. Kitts the place lectures proceed to be delivered
each in-person and remotely with labs delivered in-person. COVID-19 didn't
lead to vital income losses or elevated prices throughout the fundamental science
program in fiscal yr 2022 and 2021. We don't count on a major affect from
COVID-19 on the fundamental science program in fiscal yr 2023, except college students
select to not proceed or begin their research throughout this time of uncertainty.
RUSVM continued to offer distant studying in the course of the pandemic and college students
remained eligible for U.S. federal monetary support help underneath a waiver
offered by the CARES Act and the Appropriations Act. The Appropriations Act
prolonged by means of the tip of the qualifying emergency or June 30, 2022, whichever
was later, as described above. College students who have accomplished their fundamental science
schooling progress to scientific rotations at choose universities within the U.S.,
Canada, Australia, Eire, New Zealand, and the U.Ok. A number of universities
initially suspended onsite scientific experiences and transitioned college students to
on-line schooling. All universities have since resumed onsite scientific programs.
The preliminary suspensions didn't considerably cut back income or working earnings
in fiscal yr 2022 and 2021. Whereas we don't count on a major affect from
COVID-19 at RUSVM, the extent of the affect on scientific experiences in fiscal
yr 2023 and past shall be decided primarily based on the size and severity of the
results of COVID-19, the efficacy and distribution of the vaccines, and whether or not
any pandemic surge impacts healthcare services' capacity to proceed to offer
scientific experiences.

?Administrative Operations: Distant and hybrid work preparations proceed in each
the U.S. and at international places, and staff have begun to return to the
workplace. The distant work preparations haven't adversely affected Adtalem's
capacity to keep up operations, monetary reporting programs, inner management
over monetary reporting, or disclosure controls and procedures. The
effectiveness of our distant expertise permits our capacity to keep up these
programs and controls. Administration doesn't anticipate Adtalem shall be materially
impacted by any constraints or different impacts on our human capital sources and
productiveness. Journey restrictions and border closures will not be anticipated to have a
materials affect on our capacity to function and obtain operational targets. Whereas
latest journey expenditures have been decrease than historic ranges, we might
count on these prices to extend as the consequences of COVID-19 proceed to dissipate.
No vital dwelling workplace prices associated to COVID-19 have been incurred in fiscal
yr 2022 and 2021, and no such prices are anticipated in fiscal yr 2023 and
past.

Though COVID-19 has had a damaging impact on the working outcomes of all 4
reporting models that comprise goodwill and indefinite-lived intangible belongings as
of June 30, 2022, not one of the results are thought-about vital sufficient to
create an impairment triggering occasion throughout fiscal yr 2022. As well as, our
annual impairment evaluation carried out as of Might 31, 2022 didn't establish any
impairments. Whereas administration has thought-about the consequences of the COVID-19
pandemic in evaluating the existence of an impairment triggering occasion, it's
potential that results to income and money flows shall be extra vital than
presently anticipated if the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and measures
established to fight the virus turn into extra extreme and restrictive and proceed
for an prolonged time period. Ought to financial situations deteriorate past
expectations in fiscal yr 2023, an impairment triggering occasion might come up and
require reassessment of the truthful values of goodwill and intangible belongings.

Liquidity

Adtalem's money and money equivalents steadiness as of June 30, 2022 was $347.0
million. Adtalem generated $163.8 million in working money stream from persevering with
operations in fiscal yr 2022. Within the occasion of surprising market situations or
damaging financial adjustments, together with these brought on by COVID-19, that would
negatively have an effect on Adtalem's earnings and/or working money stream, Adtalem
maintains a $400.0 million revolving credit score facility with availability of $316.0
million as of June 30, 2022. On July 14, 2022, the $84.0 million letter of
credit score underneath our Credit score Facility (as outlined in Notice 13 "Debt" to the
Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and
Supplementary Knowledge") was launched on account of Adtalem executing a surety-backed
letter of credit score. Due to this fact, the quantity undrawn underneath the Credit score Facility was
$400.0 million as of the submitting date of this Annual Report on Form10-Ok.
Administration presently tasks that COVID-19 will proceed to impact
operations; nonetheless, we consider the present balances of money, money generated
from operations, and our credit score facility shall be ample to fund each
Adtalem's present home and worldwide operations and development plans for the
foreseeable future. See additional dialogue on the brand new financing executed to
shut the Acquisition within the part of this MD&A titled "Liquidity and Capital
Sources."

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Outcomes of Operations

The next desk presents chosen Consolidated Statements of Revenue (Loss)
knowledge as a proportion of income:

                                                         Yr Ended June 30,
                                                     2022        2021        2020
Income                                               100.0 %     100.0 %     100.0 %
Price of academic providers                           47.6 %      50.5 %      52.8 %
Pupil providers and administrative expense            41.0 %      32.3 %      32.4 %
Restructuring expense                                   1.8 %       0.8 %       2.7 %
Enterprise acquisition and integration expense            3.8 %       3.5 %       0.0 %
Achieve on sale of belongings                                  0.0 %       0.0 %     (0.6) %
Complete working value and expense                       94.2 %      87.0 %  
   87.3 %
Working earnings                                        5.8 %      13.0 %      12.7 %
Internet different (expense) earnings                            (9.0) %     (3.8) %      11.0 %
(Loss) earnings from persevering with operations earlier than
earnings taxes                                          (3.2) %       9.2 %      23.7 %
Profit from (provision for) earnings taxes               1.1 %     (1.4) %       1.7 %
(Loss) earnings from persevering with operations              (2.2) %       7.8 %      25.4 %
Revenue (loss) from discontinued operations, internet
of tax                                                 25.1 %       0.7 %    (35.3) %
Internet earnings (loss)                                      22.9 %       8.4 %     (9.9) %
Internet loss attributable to redeemable
noncontrolling curiosity from discontinued
operations                                              0.0 %       0.0 %       0.1 %
Internet earnings (loss) attributable to Adtalem              22.9 %       8.5 %  

(9.8) %

Fiscal Yr Ended June 30, 2022 vs. Fiscal Yr Ended June 30, 2021

Income


The next desk presents income by phase detailing the adjustments from the
prior yr (in hundreds):

                                                          Yr Ended June 30, 2022
                                                                       Medical and
                                          Chamberlain      Walden      Veterinary      Consolidated
Fiscal yr 2021 as reported             $     563,814   $        -   $     343,087   $      906,901
Natural (decline) development                       (6,278)            -           1,106          (5,172)
Impact of acquisitions                               -      485,393               -          485,393
Fiscal yr 2022 as reported             $     557,536   $  485,393   $     344,193   $    1,387,122

Fiscal yr 2022 % change:
Natural (decline) development                         (1.1) %         NM             0.3 %          (0.6) %
Impact of acquisitions                               -           NM               -             53.5 %
Fiscal yr 2022 % change as reported            (1.1) %         NM        
    0.3 %           53.0 %


Chamberlain

Chamberlain Pupil Enrollment:

                                                             Fiscal Yr 2022
Session                            July 2021   Sept. 2021   Nov. 2021   Jan. 2022   Mar. 2022   Might 2022
Complete college students                        32,729       34,539      33,648      34,141      34,158     32,891
% change from prior yr                 1.6 %      (2.8) %     (2.1) %    
(4.5) %     (4.3) %    (5.8) %

                                                             Fiscal Yr 2021
Session                            July 2020   Sept. 2020   Nov. 2020   Jan. 2021   Mar. 2021   Might 2021
Complete college students                        32,198       35,525      34,387      35,750      35,702     34,930
% change from prior yr                12.2 %       11.9 %      10.2 %    
  5.6 %       5.8 %      4.6 %


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Chamberlain income decreased 1.1%, or $6.3 million, to $557.5 million in fiscal
yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr, pushed by declining complete enrollments in
the September 2021 by means of Might 2022 classes in comparison with the identical classes from
the prior yr. Administration believes {that a} lower in complete pupil enrollment
in a number of packages, with essentially the most pronounced being within the RN-to-BSN on-line
diploma program, could partially be pushed by extended COVID-19 disruptions within the
healthcare business. It's anticipated disruptions brought on by COVID-19 could proceed
to impact enrollment for so long as the pandemic and its aftermath proceed to
stress healthcare professionals.

Chamberlain presently operates 23 campuses in 15 states, together with Chamberlain’s
latest campus in Irwindale, California, which started instruction in Might 2021.

Tuition Charges:


Tuition for the BSN onsite and on-line diploma program ranges from $675 to $699
per credit score hour. Tuition for the RN-to-BSN on-line diploma program is $590 per
credit score hour. Tuition for the net Grasp of Science in Nursing ("MSN") diploma
program is $650 per credit score hour. Tuition for the net Household Nurse
Practitioner ("FNP") diploma program is $665 per credit score hour. Tuition for the
on-line Physician of Nursing Follow ("DNP") diploma program is $775 per credit score
hour. Tuition for the net Grasp of Public Well being ("MPH") diploma program is
$550 per credit score hour. Tuition for the net Grasp of Social Work ("MSW")
diploma program is $695 per credit score hour. All of those tuition charges are unchanged
from the prior yr, aside from the BSN charges which have been $675 to $730 per credit score
hour within the prior yr. These tuition charges don't embody the price of course
charges, books, provides, transportation, scientific charges, dwelling bills, or different
charges as listed within the Chamberlain tutorial catalog.

Walden

Walden Pupil Enrollment:

                                Fiscal Yr 2022
                September 30,  December 31,  March 31,  June 30,
Interval              2021           2021        2022       2022
Complete college students         44,886        41,158     42,788    39,470


Walden complete pupil enrollment represents these college students attending
educational classes as of September 30, 2021, December 31, 2021, March 31,
2022, and June 30, 2022. Walden income was $485.4 million in fiscal yr 2022,
which incorporates the deferred income buy accounting adjustment of $8.6
million. There was no comparable income within the prior yr as Adtalem acquired
Walden on August 12, 2021. Administration believes that the lower in complete
enrollment in comparison with the earlier yr could partially be pushed by extended
COVID-19 disruptions within the healthcare business and the damaging publicity
surrounding the now concluded U.S. Division of Justice inquiry into potential
false representations and false promoting to college students. This inquiry finally
concluded favorably, with no findings of misconduct by Walden. As well as, the
uncertainty from potential college students across the change in management and the Walden
acquisition could have negatively affected enrollment. It's anticipated disruptions
brought on by COVID-19 could proceed to impact enrollment for so long as the pandemic
and its aftermath proceed to emphasize healthcare professionals.

Tuition Charges:

On a per credit score hour foundation, tuition for Walden packages vary from $123 per
credit score hour to $1,020 per credit score hour, with the big selection as a result of nature of
the packages. Normal schooling programs are charged at $333 per credit score hour.
Different packages equivalent to these with a subscription-based studying modality or
these billed on a subscription interval or time period foundation vary from $1,500 to $6,970
per time period. College students are charged a expertise price that ranges from $50 to $220 per
time period in addition to a scientific price of $150 per course for particular packages. Some
packages require college students to attend residencies, abilities labs, and pre-practicum
labs, that are charged at a spread of $938 to $2,475 per occasion. These tuition
charges, occasion fees, and costs don't embody the price of books or private
expertise, provides, transportation, or dwelling bills.

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Medical and Veterinary Colleges

Medical and Veterinary Colleges Pupil Enrollment:

                                  Fiscal Yr 2022
Semester                  Sept. 2021   Jan. 2022   Might 2022
Complete college students                 5,449       5,228      5,304
% change from prior yr       (6.9) %     (1.2) %      3.5 %

                                  Fiscal Yr 2021
Semester                  Sept. 2020   Jan. 2021   Might 2021
Complete college students                 5,850       5,292      5,126
% change from prior yr         4.3 %     (6.2) %    (1.2) %

Medical and Veterinary income elevated 0.3%, or $1.1 million, to $344.2
million
in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr, pushed by elevated
scientific income and housing income at RUSM, partially offset by decrease
enrollment.


Within the September 2021 semester, complete pupil enrollment elevated at AUC however
declined at RUSM and RUSVM. Within the January 2022 and Might 2022 semesters, complete
pupil enrollment elevated at AUC and RUSM however declined at RUSVM. Earlier
declines in complete pupil enrollment at RUSM have been partially pushed by the
lack of ability to supply scientific experiences to all college students brought on by a rise in
college students ready to go their USMLE Step 1 examination. If a pupil has not but
began in a scientific program, will not be eligible to be enrolled in a scientific
program, or not collaborating in different academic experiences, they don't seem to be
included within the enrollment rely for that semester. Within the January 2022 and Might
2022 semesters, this scientific backlog continued to lower and is anticipated to
be much less of a damaging think about enrollment totals going ahead. Administration
believes elevated competitors for college students and hesitancy on collaborating in on
campus instruction have been drivers of decrease complete pupil enrollment within the fundamental
science packages at RUSM and RUSVM. Administration is executing its plan to
differentiate the medical and veterinary faculties from the competitors, with a
core aim of accelerating worldwide college students, rising affiliations with
traditionally black schools and universities ("HBCU") and Hispanic-serving
establishments ("HSI"), increasing AUC's medical schooling program primarily based within the
U.Ok. in partnership with the College of Central Lancashire ("UCLAN"), and
enhancing the effectiveness of promoting and enrollment investments.

Tuition Charges:

Efficient for semesters starting in September 2021, tuition charges for the

? starting fundamental sciences and last scientific rotation parts of AUC’s medical

program are $23,800 and $26,625, respectively, per semester. These tuition

charges symbolize a 2.4% enhance from the prior tutorial yr.

Efficient for semesters starting in September 2021, tuition charges for the

? starting fundamental sciences and last scientific rotation parts of RUSM’s medical

program are $24,750 and $27,310, respectively, per semester. These tuition

charges symbolize a 2.4% enhance from the prior tutorial yr.

For college students who entered the RUSVM program in September 2018 or later, the

tuition price for the pre-clinical (Semesters 1-7) and scientific curriculum

(Semesters 8-10) is $21,603 per semester efficient September 2021. For college students

? who entered RUSVM earlier than September 2018, tuition charges for the pre-clinical and

scientific curriculum are $20,066 and $25,190, respectively, per semester

efficient September 2021. All of those tuition charges symbolize a 3.5% enhance

from the prior tutorial yr.

The respective tuition charges for AUC, RUSM, and RUSVM don’t embody the price of
transportation, dwelling bills, or medical insurance.

Price of Instructional Providers


The biggest part of value of academic providers is the price of college and
employees who help academic operations. This expense class additionally consists of
the prices of services, adjunct college, provides, housing, bookstore, different
academic supplies, pupil education-related help actions, and the
provision for unhealthy money owed. We've got not but skilled vital inflationary
pressures on wages or different prices of delivering our instructional providers;
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persist within the total economic system, value will increase might have an effect on our outcomes of
operations sooner or later. The next desk presents value of academic
providers by phase detailing the adjustments from the prior yr (in hundreds):

                                                        Yr Ended June 30, 2022
                                                            Medical and     Dwelling Workplace
                                Chamberlain     Walden      Veterinary       and Different      Consolidated
Fiscal yr 2021 as reported   $     252,422   $       -   $     203,363   $       2,120   $      457,905
Price enhance (lower)               2,346           -         (1,035)         (2,120)            (809)
Impact of acquisitions                     -     202,680               -               -          202,680

Fiscal yr 2022 as reported $ 254,768 $ 202,680 $ 202,328 $

           -   $      659,776

Fiscal yr 2022 % change:
Price enhance (lower)                 0.9 %        NM           (0.5) %            NM            (0.2) %
Impact of acquisitions                     -          NM               -              NM             44.3 %
Fiscal yr 2022 % change as
reported                                 0.9 %        NM           (0.5) %            NM             44.1 %


Price of academic providers elevated 44.1%, or $201.9 million, to $659.8
million in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr. Excluding the impact of
the Walden acquisition, value of academic providers decreased 0.2%, or $0.8
million, in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr. Decreased prices
excluding Walden in fiscal yr 2022 have been primarily pushed by value discount
efforts throughout all establishments, partially offset by return to campus value
will increase at Chamberlain.

As a proportion of income, value of academic providers was 47.6% in fiscal
yr 2022 in comparison with 50.5% within the prior yr. The lower within the proportion
was primarily the results of the affect of Walden's larger gross margins.
Walden's totally on-line working mannequin ends in decrease comparable value of
academic providers.

Pupil Providers and Administrative Expense

The coed providers and administrative expense class consists of bills
associated to pupil admissions, advertising and marketing and promoting, basic and
administrative, and amortization expense of finite-lived intangible belongings
associated to enterprise acquisitions. We've got not but skilled vital
inflationary pressures on wages or different prices of offering providers to our
college students and academic establishments; nonetheless, ought to inflation persist within the
total economic system, value will increase might have an effect on our outcomes of operations within the
future. The next desk presents pupil providers and administrative expense
by phase detailing the adjustments from the prior yr (in hundreds):

                                                        Yr Ended June 30, 2022
                                                            Medical and     Dwelling Workplace
                                Chamberlain     Walden      Veterinary       and Different      Consolidated
Fiscal yr 2021 as reported   $     182,540   $       -   $      71,874   $      38,068   $      292,482
Price lower                        (7,024)           -         (4,438)         (1,976)         (13,438)
Impact of acquisitions
excluding particular objects                    -     185,543               -   
           -          185,543
Walden intangible
amortization expense                       -      97,274               -               -           97,274
CEO transition prices                       -           -               -           6,195            6,195

Fiscal yr 2022 as reported $ 175,516 $ 282,817 $ 67,436 $ 42,287 $ 568,056


Fiscal yr 2022 % change:
Price lower                          (3.8) %        NM           (6.2) %            NM            (4.6) %
Impact of acquisitions
excluding particular objects                    -          NM               -              NM             63.4 %
Impact of Walden intangible
amortization expense                       -          NM               -              NM             33.3 %
Impact of CEO transition
prices                                      -          NM               -              NM              2.1 %
Fiscal yr 2022 % change as
reported                               (3.8) %        NM           (6.2) %            NM             94.2 %


Pupil providers and administrative expense elevated 94.2%, or $275.6 million,
to $568.1 million in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr. Excluding the
impact of the Walden acquisition and CEO transition prices, pupil providers
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administrative expense decreased 4.6%, or $13.4 million, in fiscal yr 2022
in comparison with the prior yr. Decreased prices excluding Walden in fiscal yr 2022
have been primarily pushed by value discount efforts throughout all establishments and residential
workplace.

As a proportion of income, pupil providers and administrative expense was
41.0% in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with 32.3% within the prior yr. The rise in
the share was primarily the results of a rise in Chamberlain and
Medical and Veterinary advertising and marketing expense, Walden intangible amortization
expense, and CEO transition prices.

Restructuring Expense


Restructuring expense in fiscal yr 2022 was $25.6 million in comparison with $6.9
million within the prior yr. The elevated restructure expense in fiscal yr 2022
was primarily pushed by workforce reductions and contract terminations associated
to synergy actions with regard to the Walden acquisition and Medical and
Veterinary and Adtalem's dwelling workplace actual property consolidations. See Notice 6
"Restructuring Expenses" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8.
"Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on
restructuring fees.

We proceed to incur restructuring fees or reversals associated to exiting
leased house from earlier restructuring actions and have begun implementing
extra restructuring plans to attain synergies after the Walden
acquisition. These restructuring prices are anticipated to proceed into fiscal yr
2023.

Enterprise Acquisition and Integration Expense

Enterprise acquisition and integration expense in fiscal yr 2022 was $53.2
million in comparison with $31.6 million within the prior yr. These are transaction prices
related to buying Walden and prices related to integrating Walden
into Adtalem. We count on to incur extra integration prices in fiscal yr
2023.

Working Revenue

The next desk presents working earnings by phase detailing the adjustments
from the prior yr (in hundreds):

                                                         Yr Ended June 30, 2022
                                                              Medical and    Dwelling Workplace
                                 Chamberlain      Walden      Veterinary      and Different      Consolidated
Fiscal yr 2021 as reported    $     128,851   $        -   $      67,852   $   (78,651)   $      118,052
Natural change                        (1,599)            -           6,576          4,097            9,074
Impact of acquisitions
excluding particular objects                     -      105,732               -              -          105,732
Deferred income adjustment
change                                      -      (8,561)               -              -          (8,561)
CEO transition prices change                 -            -               -        (6,195)          (6,195)
Restructuring expense change          (2,838)      (4,053)         (9,791)        (2,077)         (18,759)
Enterprise acquisition and
integration expense change                  -            -               -       (21,605)         (21,605)
Walden intangible
amortization expense change                 -     (97,274)               -              -         (97,274)

Fiscal yr 2022 as reported $ 124,414 $ (4,156) $ 64,637

 $  (104,431)   $       80,464


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The next desk presents a reconciliation of working earnings (GAAP) to
working earnings excluding particular objects (non-GAAP) by phase (in hundreds):

                                                                Yr Ended June 30,
                                                                              Improve/(Lower)
                                                  2022           2021             $             %
Chamberlain:
Working earnings (GAAP)                        $   124,414    $  128,851    $      (4,437)     (3.4) %
Restructuring expense                                2,838             -             2,838
Working earnings excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $   127,252    $  128,851    $      (1,599)     (1.2) %

Walden:
Working loss (GAAP)                          $   (4,156)    $        -    $      (4,156)        NM
Deferred income adjustment                          8,561             -             8,561
Restructuring expense                                4,053             -             4,053
Walden intangible amortization expense              97,274             -   

97,274

Working earnings excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $   105,732    $        -    $      105,732        NM

Medical and Veterinary:
Working earnings (GAAP)                        $    64,637    $   67,852    $      (3,215)     (4.7) %
Restructuring expense                                9,791             -             9,791
Working earnings excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $    74,428    $   67,852    $        6,576       9.7 %

Dwelling Workplace and Different:
Working loss (GAAP)                          $ (104,431)    $ (78,651)    $     (25,780)    (32.8) %
CEO transition prices                                 6,195             -             6,195
Restructuring expense                                8,946         6,869             2,077
Enterprise acquisition and integration
expense                                             53,198        31,593   

21,605

Working loss excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $  (36,092)    $ (40,189)    $        4,097      10.2 %

Adtalem International Schooling:
Working earnings (GAAP)                        $    80,464    $  118,052    $     (37,588)    (31.8) %
Deferred income adjustment                          8,561             -             8,561
CEO transition prices                                 6,195             -             6,195
Restructuring expense                               25,628         6,869            18,759
Enterprise acquisition and integration
expense                                             53,198        31,593   

21,605

Walden intangible amortization expense              97,274             -   

97,274

Working earnings excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $   271,320    $  156,514   

$ 114,806 73.4 %



Complete consolidated working earnings decreased 31.8%, or $37.6 million, to $80.5
million in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr. Excluding the impact of
the Walden acquisition, complete consolidated working earnings decreased $33.4
million in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr. The first drivers of
the working earnings lower in fiscal yr 2022 have been decreased income at
Chamberlain, elevated prices at Chamberlain and Medical and Veterinary for
return to campus, elevated advertising and marketing expense at Chamberlain and Medical and
Veterinary, CEO transition prices, elevated restructuring prices, and elevated
enterprise acquisition and integration prices.

Consolidated working earnings excluding particular objects elevated 73.4%, or $114.8
million, in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr. The first driver of
the working earnings excluding particular objects enhance was the addition of
working earnings excluding particular objects from Walden.

Chamberlain


Chamberlain working earnings decreased 3.4%, or $4.4 million, to $124.4 million
in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr. Phase working earnings
excluding particular objects decreased 1.2%, or $1.6 million, in fiscal yr 2022
in comparison with the prior yr. Price discount efforts and a lower in worker
profit prices have been offset with a lower in income, elevated prices for return
to campus, and elevated advertising and marketing expense.

Walden


Walden working loss was $4.2 million in fiscal yr 2022, which was impacted
by intangible amortization expense and the deferred income buy accounting
changes. Phase working earnings excluding particular objects was $105.7

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million in fiscal yr 2022. There was no comparable working earnings within the
prior yr as Adtalem acquired Walden on August 12, 2021.

Medical and Veterinary

Medical and Veterinary working earnings decreased 4.7%, or $3.2 million, to
$64.6 million in fiscal yr 2022 in comparison with the prior yr. Phase working
earnings excluding particular objects elevated 9.7%, or $6.6 million, in fiscal yr
2022 in comparison with the prior yr. The first drivers of the rise in
working earnings excluding particular objects have been value discount efforts and
decreased worker profit prices.

Internet Different (Expense) Revenue

Internet different expense in fiscal yr 2022 was $125.5 million in comparison with $34.6
million within the prior yr. The rise in internet different expense was primarily the
results of elevated borrowings (as mentioned in Notice 13 "Debt" to the
Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and
Supplementary Knowledge") to finance the Walden acquisition and write-offs of debt
low cost and issuance prices because of debt prepayments.

Profit from (Provision for) Revenue Taxes

Our efficient earnings tax price ("ETR") from persevering with operations can differ from
the 21% U.S. federal statutory price on account of a number of components, together with the speed
of tax utilized by state and native jurisdictions, the speed of tax utilized to
earnings exterior the U.S., tax incentives, adjustments in valuation allowances,
liabilities for unsure tax positions, and tax advantages on stock-based
compensation awards. Moreover, our ETR is impacted by the provisions from
the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the "Tax Act"), which primarily features a
tax on world intangible low-taxed earnings ("GILTI"), and a limitation of tax
advantages on sure government compensation. The affect of the Tax Act could also be
revised in future durations as we receive extra knowledge and take into account any new
rules or steering which may be launched.

Our earnings tax profit from persevering with operations was $15.2 million in fiscal
yr 2022 and our earnings tax expense from persevering with operations was $13.1
million in fiscal yr 2021. The fiscal yr 2022 earnings tax profit is the
results of the loss incurred in fiscal yr 2022. The efficient tax price consists of
a tax good thing about $1.7 million from a loss for sure uncollectible subsidiary
receivables in addition to a good thing about $1.2 million to regulate deferred state tax
balances for the acquisition of Walden and the sale of ACAMS, Becker, and OCL,
offset by $3.0 million for limitations on deductions for government compensation.

Discontinued Operations


Starting within the second quarter of fiscal yr 2022, ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and
EduPristine operations have been categorized as discontinued operations. As well as,
we proceed to incur prices related to ongoing litigation and settlements
associated to the DeVry College divestiture, which was accomplished throughout fiscal
yr 2019, and are categorized as expense inside discontinued operations.

Internet earnings from discontinued operations for the yr ended June 30, 2022 was
$347.5 million. This earnings consisted of the next: (i) lack of $0.4 million
pushed by the working outcomes and divestiture prices associated to ACAMS, Becker,
OCL, and EduPristine, and ongoing litigation prices and settlements to the DeVry
College divestiture; (ii) a acquire on the sale of ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and
EduPristine of $473.5 million; and (iii) a provision for earnings taxes of $125.6
million related to the objects listed above.

Internet earnings from discontinued operations for the yr ended June 30, 2021 was
$6.1 million. This earnings consisted of the next: (i) earnings of $9.5 million
pushed by the working outcomes of ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and EduPristine and
ongoing litigation prices and settlements associated to the DeVry College
divestiture and (ii) a provision for earnings taxes of $3.3 million related
with the objects listed above.

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Fiscal Yr Ended June 30, 2021 vs. Fiscal Yr Ended June 30, 2020

Income


The next desk presents income by phase detailing the adjustments from the
prior yr (in hundreds):

                                              Yr Ended June 30, 2021
                                                          Medical and
                               Chamberlain     Walden     Veterinary      Consolidated

Fiscal yr 2020 as reported $ 511,655 $ – $ 354,772 $

866,427

Natural development (decline)             52,159          -        (11,685)     

40,474

Fiscal yr 2021 as reported $ 563,814 $ – $ 343,087 $

    906,901

Fiscal yr 2021 % change:
Natural development (decline)               10.2 %      N/A           (3.3) %            4.7 %


Chamberlain

Chamberlain Pupil Enrollment:

                                                             Fiscal Yr 2021
Session                            July 2020   Sept. 2020   Nov. 2020   Jan. 2021   Mar. 2021   Might 2021
Complete college students                        32,198       35,525      34,387      35,750      35,702     34,930
% change from prior yr                12.2 %       11.9 %      10.2 %    
  5.6 %       5.8 %      4.6 %

                                                             Fiscal Yr 2020
Session                            July 2019   Sept. 2019   Nov. 2019   Jan. 2020   Mar. 2020   Might 2020
Complete college students                        28,691       31,736      31,215      33,850      33,748     33,407
% change from prior yr                 2.3 %        1.4 %       1.2 %    

4.6 % 5.1 % 8.2 %

Chamberlain income elevated 10.2%, or $52.2 million, to $563.8 million in
fiscal yr 2021 in comparison with fiscal yr 2020, pushed by will increase in complete
pupil enrollment throughout every of the fiscal yr 2021 enrollment classes
in comparison with the identical session from fiscal yr 2020 in addition to choose tuition and
price worth will increase. Chamberlain admitted its largest class of campus college students
in September 2020.

Tuition Charges (2021):

Tuition for the BSN onsite and on-line diploma program ranged from $675 to $730
per credit score hour. Tuition for the RN-to-BSN on-line diploma program was $590 per
credit score hour. Tuition for the net MSN diploma program was $650 per credit score hour.
Tuition for the net FNP diploma program was $665 per credit score hour. Tuition for
the net DNP diploma program was $775 per credit score hour. Tuition for the net
MPH diploma program was $550 per credit score hour. Tuition for the net MSW diploma
program was $695 per credit score hour. These tuition charges don't embody the price of
course charges, books, provides, transportation, scientific charges, dwelling bills, or
different charges as listed within the Chamberlain tutorial catalog.

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Medical and Veterinary Colleges

Medical and Veterinary Colleges Pupil Enrollment:

                                  Fiscal Yr 2021
Semester                  Sept. 2020   Jan. 2021   Might 2021
Complete college students                 5,850       5,292      5,126
% change from prior yr         4.3 %     (6.2) %    (1.2) %

                                  Fiscal Yr 2020
Semester                  Sept. 2019   Jan. 2020   Might 2020
Complete college students                 5,608       5,643      5,186
% change from prior yr       (4.7) %       1.7 %    (0.7) %

Medical and Veterinary income decreased 3.3%, or $11.7 million, to $343.1
million in fiscal yr 2021 in comparison with fiscal yr 2020. The principal drivers
of the lower have been an estimated lack of roughly $13 million in fiscal
yr 2021 in housing and pupil transportation income (in comparison with $4 million
in fiscal yr 2020), primarily at RUSM as fundamental science college students weren't on
campus for the complete yr on account of COVID-19 distant studying. COVID-19 associated
scientific income losses at AUC and RUSM have been roughly $21 million in fiscal
yr 2021 (in comparison with $13 million in fiscal yr 2020) pushed by limitations at
accomplice hospitals, which though not as extreme as earlier within the pandemic, have been
reinstituted when COVID-19 instances surged throughout the U.S. in the course of the winter in
fiscal yr 2021. These decreases have been partially offset with pupil enrollment
will increase within the fundamental science packages at AUC and RUSVM.

Within the September 2020 semester, complete pupil enrollment elevated at AUC, RUSM,
and RUSVM. Within the January 2021 and Might 2021 semesters, complete pupil enrollment
elevated at AUC and RUSVM however declined at RUSM. The declines in complete pupil
enrollment at RUSM for the January 2021 and Might 2021 semesters have been partially
pushed by the shortcoming to supply scientific experiences to all college students brought on by
the COVID-19 restrictions at accomplice hospitals and partially pushed by an
enhance in college students ready to go their USMLE Step 1 examination. In earlier
semesters in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, college students have been in a position to complement their
scientific expertise with elective on-line programs; nonetheless, these electives are
restricted and most have been accomplished. If a pupil has not but began in a scientific
program, will not be eligible to be enrolled in a scientific program, or not
collaborating in different academic experiences, they don't seem to be included within the
enrollment rely for that semester.

Tuition Charges (2021):

Efficient for semesters starting in September 2020, tuition charges for the

? starting fundamental sciences and last scientific rotation parts of AUC’s medical

program have been $23,240 and $26,000, respectively, per semester. These tuition

charges have been unchanged from the prior tutorial yr.

Efficient for semesters starting in September 2020, tuition charges for the

? starting fundamental sciences and last scientific rotation parts of RUSM’s medical

program have been $24,170 and $26,676, respectively, per semester. These tuition

charges have been unchanged from the prior tutorial yr.

For college students who entered the RUSVM program in September 2018 or later, the

tuition price for the pre-clinical (Semesters 1-7) and scientific curriculum

(Semesters 8-10) is $20,873 per semester efficient September 2020. For college students

? who entered RUSVM earlier than September 2018, tuition charges for the pre-clinical and

scientific curriculum have been $19,387 and $24,339, respectively, per semester

efficient September 2020. All of those tuition charges have been unchanged from the

prior tutorial yr.

The respective tuition charges for AUC, RUSM, and RUSVM don’t embody the price of
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Price of Instructional Providers


The biggest part of value of academic providers is the price of college and
employees who help academic operations. This expense class additionally consists of
the prices of services, adjunct college, provides, housing, bookstore, different
academic supplies, pupil education-related help actions, and the
provision for unhealthy money owed. The next desk presents value of academic
providers by phase detailing the adjustments from the prior yr (in hundreds):

                                                        Yr Ended June 30, 2021
                                                             Medical and     Dwelling Workplace
                                Chamberlain      Walden      Veterinary       and Different      Consolidated
Fiscal yr 2020 as reported   $     238,912   $        -   $     216,211   $       2,042   $      457,165
Price enhance (discount)             13,510            -        (12,848)              78              740

Fiscal yr 2021 as reported $ 252,422 $ – $ 203,363 $ 2,120 $ 457,905


Fiscal yr 2021 % change:
Price enhance (discount)                5.7 %        N/A           (5.9) %            NM              0.2 %


Price of academic providers elevated 0.2%, or $0.7 million, to $457.9 million
in fiscal yr 2021 in comparison with fiscal yr 2020. Price elevated in fiscal yr
2021 primarily pushed by elevated prices at Chamberlain and the fundamental science
packages on the medical and veterinary faculties to help development. This enhance
was partially offset by decreased unhealthy debt expense of $3.4 million primarily
associated to the credit score extension packages on the medical and veterinary faculties,
value management initiatives throughout all establishments, and decrease prices of
roughly $10 million in fiscal yr 2021 (in comparison with $3 million in fiscal
yr 2020) related to campus closure, lowered scientific rotations, and decrease
providers, together with housing providers.

As a proportion of income, value of academic providers was 50.5% in fiscal
yr 2021 in comparison with 52.8% in fiscal yr 2020. The lower within the proportion
was primarily the results of the decreased unhealthy debt expense associated to the credit score
extension packages on the medical and veterinary faculties.

Pupil Providers and Administrative Expense

The coed providers and administrative expense class consists of bills
associated to pupil admissions, advertising and marketing and promoting, and basic and
administrative. The next desk presents pupil providers and administrative
expense by phase detailing the adjustments from the prior yr (in hundreds):


                                                        Yr Ended June 30, 2021
                                                             Medical and     Dwelling Workplace
                                Chamberlain      Walden      Veterinary       and Different      Consolidated
Fiscal yr 2020 as reported   $     173,090   $        -   $      70,470   $      36,731   $      280,291
Price enhance                          9,450            -           1,404           1,337           12,191

Fiscal yr 2021 as reported $ 182,540 $ – $ 71,874 $ 38,068 $ 292,482


Fiscal yr 2021 % change:
Price enhance                            5.5 %        N/A             2.0 %            NM              4.3 %


Pupil providers and administrative expense elevated 4.3%, or $12.2 million, to
$292.5 million in fiscal yr 2021 in comparison with fiscal yr 2020, primarily
pushed by elevated advertising and marketing expense and worker profit prices, partially
offset by value management initiatives throughout all establishments.

As a proportion of income, pupil providers and administrative expense was
32.3% in fiscal yr 2021 in comparison with 32.4% in fiscal yr 2020.

Restructuring Expense


Restructuring expense in fiscal yr 2021 was $6.9 million in comparison with $23.7
million in fiscal yr 2020. The first driver of the decreased restructuring
expense in fiscal yr 2021 was the results of the upper quantity of fees
in
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yr 2020 associated to Adtalem's dwelling workplace actual property consolidations. See Notice
6 "Restructuring Expenses" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8.
"Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on
restructuring fees.

Enterprise Acquisition and Integration Expense

Enterprise acquisition and integration expense in fiscal yr 2021 was $31.6
million
. These are transaction prices related to buying Walden and prices
related to integrating Walden into Adtalem. There was no corresponding
expense in fiscal yr 2020.

Achieve on Sale of Belongings


On September 27, 2019, Adtalem closed on the sale of its Columbus, Ohio, campus
facility. Internet proceeds of $6.4 million from the sale of this facility resulted
in a acquire on the sale of $4.8 million in fiscal yr 2020. This acquire was
recorded at Adtalem's dwelling workplace, which is classed as "Dwelling Workplace and
Different" in Notice 21 "Phase Info" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements
in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge." There was no
corresponding acquire in fiscal yr 2021.

Working Revenue

The next desk presents working earnings by phase detailing the adjustments
from the prior yr (in hundreds):

                                                          Yr Ended June 30, 2021
                                                               Medical and     Dwelling Workplace
                                 Chamberlain      Walden       Veterinary       and Different      Consolidated
Fiscal yr 2020 as reported    $      99,361   $         -   $      66,676   $    (55,970)   $      110,067
Natural change                         29,199             -           (240)         (1,416)           27,543
Restructuring expense change              291             -           1,416          15,107           16,814
Enterprise acquisition and
integration expense change                  -             -               -        (31,593)         (31,593)
Achieve on sale of belongings change               -             -               -         (4,779)          (4,779)
Fiscal yr 2021 as reported    $     128,851   $         -   $      67,852
  $    (78,651)   $      118,052


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The next desk presents a reconciliation of working earnings (GAAP) to
working earnings excluding particular objects (non-GAAP) by phase (in hundreds):

                                                                Yr Ended June 30,
                                                                             Improve/(Lower)
                                                  2021          2020             $             %
Chamberlain:
Working earnings (GAAP)                        $  128,851    $   99,361    $       29,490      29.7 %
Restructuring expense                                   -           291             (291)
Working earnings excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $  128,851    $   99,652    $       29,199      29.3 %

Medical and Veterinary:
Working earnings (GAAP)                        $   67,852    $   66,676    $        1,176       1.8 %
Restructuring expense                                   -         1,416           (1,416)
Working earnings excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $   67,852    $   68,092    $        (240)     (0.4) %

Dwelling Workplace and Different:
Working loss (GAAP)                          $ (78,651)    $ (55,970)    $     (22,681)    (40.5) %
Restructuring expense                               6,869        21,976          (15,107)
Enterprise acquisition and integration
expense                                            31,593             -    

31,593

Achieve on sale of belongings                                  -       (4,779)    

4,779

Working loss excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $ (40,189)    $ (38,773)    $      (1,416)     (3.7) %

Adtalem International Schooling:
Working earnings (GAAP)                        $  118,052    $  110,067    $        7,985       7.3 %
Restructuring expense                               6,869        23,683          (16,814)
Enterprise acquisition and integration
expense                                            31,593             -    

31,593

Achieve on sale of belongings                                  -       (4,779)    

4,779

Working earnings excluding particular objects
(non-GAAP)                                     $  156,514    $  128,971   

$ 27,543 21.4 %



Complete consolidated working earnings elevated 7.3%, or $8.0 million, to $118.1
million in fiscal yr 2021 in comparison with fiscal yr 2020. Consolidated working
earnings excluding particular objects elevated 21.4%, or $27.5 million, in fiscal yr
2021 in comparison with fiscal yr 2020. The first drivers of the working earnings
excluding particular objects enhance have been elevated income of $52.2 million at
Chamberlain, which generated larger incremental working earnings than the misplaced
income sources on the medical and veterinary faculties on account of COVID-19, decreased
unhealthy debt expense of $3.4 million, primarily associated to the credit score extension
packages on the medical and veterinary faculties, and efforts to handle wage,
journey, and discretionary spending throughout the group. The constructive
influences on working earnings have been partially offset by elevated advertising and marketing
expense and worker profit prices.

Chamberlain


Chamberlain working earnings elevated 29.7%, or $29.5 million, to $128.9
million in fiscal yr 2021 in comparison with fiscal yr 2020. The first driver of
the rise in working earnings was the elevated income of $52.2 million in
fiscal yr 2021, which generated larger incremental working earnings, partially
offset by elevated advertising and marketing expense and worker profit prices.

Medical and Veterinary

Medical and Veterinary working earnings elevated 1.8%, or $1.2 million, to
$67.9 million in fiscal yr 2021 in comparison with fiscal yr 2020. The first
drivers of enhance in working earnings have been decreased unhealthy debt expense,
primarily associated to the credit score extension packages, decreased restructuring
expense, and efforts to handle wage, journey, and discretionary spending. The
constructive influences on working earnings in fiscal yr 2021 have been partially
offset by the estimated COVID-19 associated lack of scientific income at AUC and
RUSM contributed to roughly $14 million in misplaced working earnings in fiscal
yr 2021 (in comparison with $10 million in fiscal yr 2020) and decrease COVID-19
associated housing and pupil transportation income, primarily at RUSM as
described above, resulted in roughly $10 million in misplaced working earnings
within the fiscal yr 2021 (in comparison with $2 million in fiscal yr 2020).

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Internet Different (Expense) Revenue

Internet different expense in fiscal yr 2021 was $34.6 million in comparison with internet different
earnings of $94.9 million in fiscal yr 2020. The rise in internet different expense
was primarily the results of a pre-tax acquire of $110.7 million in fiscal yr 2020
on the deal-contingent international forex hedge association entered into on
October 18, 2019 in reference to the sale of Adtalem Brazil, which was
accomplished on April 24, 2020, to economically hedge the Brazilian Actual
denominated buy worth by means of mitigation of the forex alternate price threat
(as mentioned in Notice 4 "Discontinued Operations and Belongings Held for Sale" to
the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and
Supplementary Knowledge"). The by-product related to the hedge didn't qualify
for hedge accounting remedy underneath Accounting Requirements Codification ("ASC")
815, and because of this, all adjustments in truthful worth have been recorded throughout the
Consolidated Statements of Revenue (Loss). As well as, curiosity expense
elevated in fiscal yr 2021 pushed by $26.7 million in pre-acquisition
curiosity expense, which partially offset our decrease curiosity expense on our Prior
Credit score Facility (as outlined in Notice 13 "Debt" to the Consolidated Monetary
Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge") pushed by
the reimbursement of debt within the fourth quarter of fiscal yr 2020 utilizing the
proceeds from the sale of Adtalem Brazil.

(Provision for) Profit from Revenue Taxes


The ETR from persevering with operations in fiscal yr 2021 was constructive 15.7%
in comparison with damaging 7.3% in fiscal yr 2020. The rise is primarily on account of
not recording a tax provision on the pre-tax acquire of $110.7 million in fiscal
yr 2020 on the deal-contingent international forex hedge association entered into
in reference to the sale of Adtalem Brazil accomplished on April 24, 2020 (see
Notice 4 "Discontinued Operations and Belongings Held for Sale" to the Consolidated
Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge"
for added info). Additionally, throughout fiscal yr 2020, a internet tax profit
particular merchandise of $25.7 million was recorded associated to a former subsidiary
funding loss claimed for the tax yr ended June 30, 2018. Excluding the
one-time results of the by-product contract and the tax profit on a former
subsidiary funding loss in fiscal yr 2020 (a non-GAAP monetary measure),
the ETR from persevering with operations in fiscal yr 2021 and 2020 was 15.7% and
11.4%, respectively. This enhance within the fiscal yr 2021 price was pushed by a
lower within the proportion of earnings from international operations in comparison with
the
prior yr.

Discontinued Operations

Starting within the second quarter of fiscal yr 2022, ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and
EduPristine operations have been categorized as discontinued operations. Starting in
the primary quarter of fiscal yr 2020, Adtalem Brazil operations have been categorized
as discontinued operations. As well as, we proceed to incur prices related
with ongoing litigation and settlements associated to the DeVry College
divestiture, which was accomplished throughout fiscal yr 2019, and are categorized as
expense inside discontinued operations.

Internet earnings from discontinued operations for the yr ended June 30, 2021 was
$6.1 million. This earnings consisted of the next: (i) earnings of $9.5 million
pushed by the working outcomes of ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and EduPristine and
ongoing litigation prices and settlements associated to the DeVry College
divestiture and (ii) a provision for earnings taxes of $3.3 million related
with the objects listed above.

Internet loss from discontinued operations for the yr ended June 30, 2020 was
$305.7 million. This loss consisted of the next: (i) a lack of $30.4
million pushed by the working outcomes of ACAMS, Becker, OCL, EduPristine, and
Adtalem Brazil and ongoing litigation prices and settlements associated to the DeVry
College divestiture; (ii) a loss on the sale of Adtalem Brazil of $287.6
million, which included a $293.4 million loss acknowledged from the
reclassification of the cumulative international forex translation changes from
different complete earnings; and (iii) a profit from earnings taxes of $12.2
million related to the objects listed above.

Regulatory Setting

Pupil Funds


Adtalem's major supply of liquidity is the money obtained from funds for
pupil tuition, books, different academic supplies, and costs. These funds
embody funds originating as monetary support from varied federal and state mortgage
and grant packages, pupil and household academic loans ("personal loans"),
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pupil and household monetary sources. Adtalem continues to offer financing
choices for its college students, together with Adtalem’s credit score extension packages.


The next desk, which excludes ACAMS, Adtalem Brazil, Becker, EduPristine,
and OCL income, summarizes Adtalem's income by fund supply as a proportion of
complete income for fiscal years 2021 and 2020. Remaining knowledge for fiscal yr 2022 is
not but accessible.

                                                                 Fiscal Yr
                                                                2021      2020
Federal help (Title IV) program funding (grants and
loans)                                                             72 %      71 %
State grants                                                        1 %       1 %
Non-public loans                                                       2 %    

2 %
Pupil accounts, money funds, personal scholarships,
employer and army offered tuition help, and different 25 %

 26 %
Complete                                                             100 %     100 %


The sample of money receipts in the course of the yr is seasonal. Adtalem's money
collections on accounts receivable peak at first of every establishment's time period.
Accounts receivable attain their lowest degree on the finish of every establishment's
time period.

Monetary Support
Like different larger schooling corporations, Adtalem is very dependent upon the
well timed receipt of federal monetary support funds. All monetary support and help
packages are topic to political and governmental budgetary concerns. In
the U.S., the Larger Schooling Act ("HEA") guides the federal authorities's
help of postsecondary schooling. If there are adjustments to monetary support
packages that limit pupil eligibility or cut back funding ranges, Adtalem's
monetary situation and money flows may very well be materially and adversely affected.
See Merchandise 1A. "Danger Components" for a dialogue of pupil monetary support associated
dangers.

As well as, government-funded monetary help packages are ruled by
intensive and sophisticated rules within the U.S. Like another academic
establishment, Adtalem's administration of those packages is periodically reviewed
by varied regulatory businesses and is topic to audit or investigation by different
governmental authorities. Any violation may very well be the idea for penalties or
different disciplinary motion, together with initiation of a suspension, limitation, or
termination continuing.

If the U.S. Division of Schooling ("ED") determines that we now have did not
show both monetary duty or administrative functionality in any
pending program evaluate, or in any other case determines that an establishment has violated
the phrases of its Program Participation Settlement ("PPA"), we may very well be topic to
sanctions together with: fines, penalties, reimbursement for discharged mortgage
obligations, a requirement to put up a letter of credit score and/or suspension or
termination of our eligibility to take part within the Title IV packages.

Chamberlain was most not too long ago recertified and issued an unrestricted PPA in
September 2020, with an expiration date of March 31, 2024. Walden was issued a
Short-term Provisional PPA ("TPPPA") in reference to their acquisition by
Adtalem on September 17, 2021. Throughout the fourth quarter of fiscal yr 2020 and
the primary quarter of fiscal yr 2021, ED provisionally recertified AUC, RUSM,
and RUSVM's Title IV PPAs with expiration dates of December 31, 2022, March 31,
2023, and June 30, 2023, respectively. The provisional nature of the agreements
for AUC, RUSM, and RUSVM stemmed from elevated and/or repeated Title IV
compliance audit findings. Walden's TPPPA included monetary necessities, which
have been in place previous to acquisition, equivalent to a letter of credit score, heightened money
monitoring, and extra reporting. No related necessities have been imposed on
AUC, RUSM, or RUSVM. Whereas corrective actions have been taken to resolve previous
compliance issues and eradicate the incidence of repetition, if AUC, RUSM, or
RUSVM fail to keep up administrative functionality as outlined by ED whereas underneath
provisional standing or in any other case fail to adjust to ED necessities, the
establishment(s) might lose eligibility to take part in Title IV packages or
have that eligibility adversely conditioned, which might have a fabric opposed
impact on the companies, monetary situation, outcomes of operations, and money
flows.

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On October 13, 2016, DeVry College and ED reached a negotiated settlement (the
"ED Settlement") to settle the claims asserted in a Discover of Intent to Restrict
from the Multi-Regional and International College Participation Division of the Federal
Pupil Support workplace of the Division of Schooling ("ED FSA"). Beneath the phrases of
the ED Settlement, amongst different issues, with out admitting wrongdoing, DeVry
College agreed to sure compliance necessities relating to its previous and
future promoting, that DeVry College's participation in Title IV packages
was topic to provisional certification for 5 years and that DeVry
College was required to put up a letter of credit score equal to the higher of 10%
of DeVry College's annual Title IV disbursements or $68.4 million for a
five-year interval. The posted letter of credit score continued to be posted by Adtalem
following the closing of the sale of DeVry College. This letter of credit score
expired in the course of the second quarter of fiscal yr 2022 and is not
excellent as of June 30, 2022.

Walden should apply periodically to ED for continued certification to take part
in Title IV packages. Such recertification typically is required each six
years, however could also be required earlier, together with when an establishment undergoes a
change in management. ED could place an establishment on provisional certification
standing if it finds that the establishment doesn't totally fulfill the entire
eligibility and certification requirements and in sure different circumstances, such
as when an establishment is licensed for the primary time or undergoes a change in
management. Throughout the interval of provisional certification, the establishment should
adjust to any extra situations included within the establishment's program
participation settlement. As well as, ED could extra carefully evaluate an establishment
that's provisionally licensed if it applies for recertification or approval to
open a brand new location, add an academic program, purchase one other establishment or
make another vital change. College students attending provisionally licensed
establishments stay eligible to obtain Title IV program funds. If ED determines
{that a} provisionally licensed establishment is unable to satisfy its
tasks underneath its program participation settlement, it could search to
revoke the establishment's certification to take part in Title IV packages
with out advance discover or alternative for the establishment to problem the
motion. Walden is presently on a brief provisional program participation
settlement which is required for participation in Title IV packages on a
month-to-month foundation. Walden's provisional certification previous to acquisition
was on account of Walden's prior father or mother firm (Laureate Schooling Inc.) failing
composite rating underneath ED's monetary duty requirements and ED's approval
of Laureate's preliminary public providing in February 2017, which it seen as a
change in management. Because of Adtalem's acquisition of Walden, the
provisional nature of Walden's program participation settlement stays in impact
on a month-to-month foundation whereas ED evaluations the change in possession software
referring to the acquisition of Walden by Adtalem. Walden is also topic to a
letter of credit score and is topic to more money administration necessities with
respect to its disbursements of Title IV funds, in addition to a restriction on
adjustments to its academic packages, together with a prohibition on the addition of
new packages or places that had not been accredited by ED previous to the change
in possession in the course of the interval during which Walden participates underneath provisional
certification (both because of the change in possession or due to the
continuation of the monetary duty letter of credit score). As of June 30,
2022, Adtalem maintains a letter of credit score for $84.0 million in favor of ED,
which permits Walden to take part in Title IV packages. This letter of credit score,
which was assumed within the Acquisition, reduces Adtalem's borrowing capability
dollar-for-dollar underneath its Credit score Facility (as outlined in Notice 13 "Debt" to the
Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and
Supplementary Knowledge"). On July 14, 2022, the $84.0 million letter of credit score underneath
our Credit score Facility was launched on account of Adtalem executing a surety-backed letter
of credit score for a similar quantity in favor of ED. Due to this fact, the quantity undrawn
underneath the Revolver (as outlined in Notice 13 "Debt" to the Consolidated Monetary
Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge") was $400.0
million as of the submitting date of this Annual Report on Form10-Ok.

An ED regulation generally known as the "90/10 Rule" impacts solely proprietary
postsecondary establishments, equivalent to Chamberlain, Walden, AUC, RUSM, and RUSVM.
Beneath this regulation, an establishment that derives greater than 90% of its income
on a money foundation from Title IV pupil monetary help packages in two
consecutive fiscal years loses eligibility to take part in these packages for
at the least two fiscal years. The Rescue Act enacted on March 11, 2021 amended the
90/10 rule to require {that a} proprietary establishment derive not more than 90% of
its income from federal schooling help funds, together with however not restricted
to beforehand excluded U.S. Division of Veterans Affairs and army tuition
help advantages. This alteration was topic to negotiated rulemaking, which
resulted in March 2022. The amended rule will first apply to institutional fiscal
years starting on or after January 1, 2023. The next desk particulars the
proportion of income on a money foundation from federal monetary help packages
as calculated underneath the present rules (excluding the U.S. Division of
Veterans Affairs and army tuition help advantages) for every of Adtalem's
Title IV-eligible establishments for fiscal years 2021 and 2020. Remaining knowledge for
fiscal yr 2022 will not be but accessible.

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                                                           Fiscal Yr
                                                          2021     2020
Chamberlain College                                       66 %    62 %

American College of the Caribbean College of Drugs 80 % 81 %
Ross College College of Drugs

                           85 %    85 %
Ross College College of Veterinary Drugs                82 %    84 %


Fiscal yr knowledge for Walden will not be accessible as they beforehand reported on a
calendar yr foundation. As reported by Laureate Schooling, Inc. of their February
2021 Annual Report on Type 10-Ok, Walden derived roughly 76% of its
revenues (calculated on a money foundation) from Title IV program funds for the yr
ended December 31, 2020.

In September 2016, Adtalem dedicated to voluntarily restrict to 85% the quantity of
income that every of its Title IV-eligible establishments derive from federal
funding, together with the U.S. Division of Veterans Affairs and army tuition
help advantages. As disclosed within the third-party evaluate reviews which have
been made publicly accessible, Adtalem's establishments that have been owned at every
reporting date have met this decrease threshold for every fiscal yr for the reason that
dedication was made. Adtalem is dedicated to implementing measures to advertise
accountable recruitment and enrollment, profitable pupil outcomes, and
knowledgeable pupil selection. Administration believes college students deserve higher
transparency to make knowledgeable selections about their schooling. This dedication
builds upon a strong basis and brings Adtalem to a brand new self-imposed degree of
public accountability and transparency.

A monetary duty take a look at is required for continued participation by an
establishment's college students in U.S. federal monetary help packages. For
Adtalem's collaborating establishments, this take a look at is calculated on the
consolidated Adtalem degree. The take a look at is predicated upon a composite rating of three
ratios: an fairness ratio that measures the establishment's capital sources; a
major reserve ratio that measures an establishment's capacity to fund its
operations from present sources; and a internet earnings ratio that measures an
establishment's capacity to function profitably. A minimal rating of 1.5 is important
to satisfy ED's monetary requirements. Establishments with scores of lower than 1.5 however
higher than or equal to 1.0 are thought-about financially accountable, however require
extra oversight. These establishments are topic to heightened money
monitoring and different participation necessities. An establishment with a rating of
lower than 1.0 is taken into account not financially accountable. Nevertheless, an establishment
with a rating of lower than 1.0 could proceed to take part within the Title IV
packages underneath provisional certification. As well as, this decrease rating
usually requires that the establishment be topic to heightened money monitoring
necessities and put up a letter of credit score (equal to a minimal of 10% of the Title
IV support it obtained within the establishment's most up-to-date fiscal yr).

For the previous a number of years, Adtalem's composite rating has exceeded the required
minimal of 1.5. Adjustments to the way during which the composite rating is calculated
that have been efficient on July 1, 2020 has negatively affected Adtalem's composite
rating for fiscal yr 2022 and can proceed to negatively have an effect on future Adtalem
scores. At the moment, administration doesn't consider these adjustments by themselves
will consequence within the rating falling beneath 1.5. Nevertheless, because of the
acquisition of Walden and the associated transactions, Adtalem expects its
consolidated composite rating to fall beneath 1.5 for its fiscal yr 2022
monetary duty take a look at. If Adtalem turns into unable to satisfy requisite
monetary duty requirements throughout the rules, administration believes
it will likely be in a position to in any other case show its capacity to proceed to offer
academic providers; nonetheless, our establishments shall be required to request
extra state regulatory approvals, heightened money monitoring, and/or be
required to put up a letter of credit score to proceed to take part in federal and
state monetary help packages.

ED has initiated rulemaking proceedings to amend the monetary duty
rules. The earliest we consider any new guidelines shall be efficient is July 1,
2024.

Liquidity and Capital Sources

Adtalem's consolidated money and money equivalents steadiness of $347.0 million and
$476.4 million as of June 30, 2022 and 2021, respectively, included money and
money equivalents held at Adtalem's worldwide operations of $34.2 million and
$111.7 million as of June 30, 2022 and 2021, respectively, which is obtainable to
Adtalem for basic company functions. The lower in money was principally
pushed by cost of $1,488.1 million for the acquisition of Walden, internet
repayments of debt of $229.7 million, and cost of $150.0 million for the ASR
settlement, partially offset by proceeds of $960.8 million from the sale of
Monetary Providers and money transferred of $818.6 million from restricted
accounts.

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Beneath the phrases of Adtalem establishments' participation in monetary support
packages, sure money obtained from state governments and ED is maintained in
restricted financial institution accounts. Adtalem receives these funds both after the
monetary support authorization and disbursement course of for the advantage of the
pupil is accomplished, or simply previous to that authorization. As soon as the
authorization and disbursement course of for a specific pupil is accomplished,
the funds could also be transferred to unrestricted accounts and turn into accessible for
Adtalem to make use of in operations. This course of typically happens in the course of the tutorial
time period for which such funds have been approved. Money within the quantity of
$1.0 million and $0.4 million was held in these restricted financial institution accounts as of
June 30, 2022 and 2021, respectively. As well as, $818.6 million was recorded
inside restricted money on the Consolidated Stability Sheets as of June 30, 2021,
which represents money held in an escrow account designated to fund the
Acquisition and was not accessible to Adtalem for basic company functions (see
Notice 13 "Debt" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary
Statements and Supplementary Knowledge" for added info).

Money Circulate Abstract

Working Actions


The next desk gives a abstract of money flows from working actions
(in hundreds):

                                                              Yr Ended June 30,
                                                               2022           2021
(Loss) earnings from persevering with operations                   $   (29,827)    $   70,330
Non-cash objects                                                  279,887    

110,253

Adjustments in belongings and liabilities                              (86,235)    

(11,823)

Internet money offered by working activities-continuing
operations                                                 $    163,825   

$ 168,760



Internet money offered by working actions from persevering with operations in fiscal
yr 2022 was $163.8 million in comparison with $168.8 million within the prior yr. The
lower was pushed by elevated curiosity funds and funds for enterprise
acquisition and integration bills associated to the Walden acquisition,
partially offset by more money stream from Walden operations. The rise of
$169.6 million in non-cash objects between fiscal yr 2022 and 2021 was
principally pushed by will increase in Walden intangible asset amortization, Walden
depreciation, Walden unhealthy debt expense, amortization and write-off of debt
low cost and issuance prices, and stock-based compensation expense associated to the
CEO transition. The lower of $74.4 million in money generated from adjustments in
belongings and liabilities was primarily on account of timing variations in accounts
receivable, pay as you go belongings, pay as you go earnings taxes, accounts payable, accrued
payroll and advantages, accrued liabilities, accrued curiosity, and deferred
income.

Investing Actions


Capital expenditures in fiscal yr 2022 have been $31.1 million in comparison with
$39.9 million within the prior yr. The capital expenditures in fiscal yr 2022
primarily consisted of spending for Chamberlain's new campus improvement and
enhancements. Capital spending for fiscal yr 2023 will help continued
funding for brand spanking new campus improvement at Chamberlain, upkeep on the medical
and veterinary faculties, and Adtalem's dwelling workplace. Administration anticipates fiscal
yr 2023 capital spending to be within the $60 to $70 million vary. The supply of
funds for this capital spending shall be from operations or the Credit score Facility
(as outlined and mentioned in Notice 13 "Debt" to the Consolidated Monetary
Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge").

On March 10, 2022, Adtalem accomplished the sale of ACAMS, Becker, and OCL to
Wendel Group and Colibri Group ("Purchaser"), pursuant to the Fairness Buy
Settlement ("Buy Settlement") dated January 24, 2022. Adtalem obtained $962.7
million, internet of money of $21.5 million, in sale proceeds.

On June 17, 2022, Adtalem accomplished the sale of EduPristine for de minimis
consideration, which resulted in a switch of $1.9 million in money to
EduPristine.

On August 12, 2021, Adtalem accomplished the acquisition of 100% of the fairness
curiosity of Walden for $1,488.1 million, internet of money and restricted money of
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On April 24, 2020, Adtalem accomplished the sale of Adtalem Brazil to Estácio
Participações S.A. ("Estácio") and Sociedade de Ensino Superior Esta?io de Sá
Ltda, an entirely owned subsidiary of Estácio, pursuant to the Inventory Buy
Settlement dated October 18, 2019. Adtalem obtained $345.9 million in sale
proceeds and $56.0 million of Adtalem Brazil's money, for a mixed $401.9
million upon the sale. Adtalem Brazil's money steadiness on the sale date was $88.4
million, leading to $313.5 million of money proceeds, internet of this money
transferred. As well as, Adtalem obtained $110.7 million from the settlement of
the deal-contingent international forex hedge association to economically hedge the
Brazilian Actual denominated buy worth by means of mitigation of the forex
alternate price threat.

On September 27, 2019, Adtalem closed on the sale of its Columbus, Ohio, campus
facility. Internet proceeds of $6.4 million from the sale of this facility resulted
in a acquire on the sale of $4.8 million in fiscal yr 2020. This acquire was
recorded at Adtalem's dwelling workplace, which is classed as "Dwelling Workplace and
Different" in Notice 21 "Phase Info" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements
in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge."

Financing Actions


The next desk gives a abstract of money flows from financing actions
(in hundreds):

                                                           Yr Ended June 30,
                                                           2022           2021
Repurchases of widespread inventory for treasury                $ (120,000)    $ 

(100,000)

Fee for buy of fairness ahead contract            (30,000)        

Internet (repayments) proceeds from long-term debt             (229,713)       

797,000

Fee of debt low cost and issuance prices                (49,553)       

(18,047)

Fee for buy of redeemable noncontrolling
curiosity of subsidiary                                      (1,790)        

Different                                                         6,580       

(2,487)

Internet money (utilized in) offered by financing actions $ (424,476) $ 676,466



On November 8, 2018, we introduced that the Board approved Adtalem's eleventh
share repurchase program, which allowed Adtalem to repurchase as much as $300.0
million of its widespread inventory by means of December 31, 2021. The eleventh share
repurchase program commenced in January 2019 and was accomplished in January 2021.
On February 4, 2020, we introduced that the Board approved Adtalem's twelfth
share repurchase program, which allowed Adtalem to repurchase as much as $300.0
million of its widespread inventory by means of December 31, 2021. The twelfth share
repurchase program commenced in January 2021 and expired on December 31, 2021.
On March 1, 2022, we introduced that the Board approved Adtalem's thirteenth
share repurchase program, which permits Adtalem to repurchase as much as $300.0
million of its widespread inventory by means of February 25, 2025. We didn't make any share
repurchases underneath these packages throughout fiscal yr 2022. See Notice 15 "Share
Repurchases" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary
Statements and Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on our share
repurchase packages.

On March 14, 2022, we entered into an ASR settlement to repurchase $150.0 million
of widespread inventory. We obtained an preliminary supply of 4,709,576 shares of widespread
inventory representing roughly 80% of the whole shares anticipated to be
delivered on the time of executing the ASR primarily based on the per share worth on the
day previous to the execution date. The ultimate variety of shares to be repurchased
shall be primarily based on the typical of the each day volume-weighted common worth of
Adtalem's widespread inventory in the course of the time period of the ASR settlement, much less a reduction and
topic to changes pursuant to the phrases of the ASR settlement. The ultimate
settlement of the ASR settlement is anticipated to be accomplished no later than throughout
the second quarter of fiscal yr 2023 in accordance with the contractual
completion date. At settlement, our counterparty could also be required to ship
extra shares of widespread inventory to us, or, underneath sure circumstances, we could
be required to ship shares of our widespread inventory or could elect to make a money
cost to our counterparty.

On March 24, 2020, we executed a pay-fixed, receive-variable rate of interest swap
settlement (the "Swap") with a multinational monetary establishment to mitigate
dangers related to the variable rate of interest on our Prior Time period Mortgage B (as
outlined in Notice 13 "Debt" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8.
"Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge") debt. We paid curiosity at a hard and fast
price of 0.946% and obtained variable curiosity of one-month LIBOR (topic to a
minimal of 0.00%), on a notional quantity equal to the quantity excellent underneath
the Prior Time period Mortgage B. The efficient date of the Swap was March 31, 2020 and
settlements with the counterparty occurred on a month-to-month foundation. The Swap was set
to terminate on February 28, 2025. On July 29, 2021, previous to refinancing our
Prior Credit score Settlement (as mentioned

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beneath), we settled and terminated the Swap for $4.5 million, which resulted in a
cost to curiosity expense for this quantity in fiscal yr 2022. Throughout the
working time period of the Swap, the annual rate of interest on the quantity of the Prior
Time period Mortgage B was mounted at 3.946% (together with the affect of the three% rate of interest
margin on LIBOR loans) for the relevant rate of interest interval. The Swap was
designated as a money stream hedge and as such, adjustments in its truthful worth have been
acknowledged in accrued different complete loss on the Consolidated Stability
Sheets and have been reclassified into the Consolidated Statements of Revenue (Loss)
inside curiosity expense within the durations during which the hedged transactions affected
earnings.

As mentioned within the earlier part of this MD&A titled "Walden College
Acquisition," on August 12, 2021, Adtalem acquired the entire issued and
excellent fairness curiosity in Walden, in alternate for a purchase order worth of $1.5
billion in money. On March 1, 2021, we issued $800.0 million mixture principal
quantity of 5.50% Senior Secured Notes due 2028 (the "Notes"), which mature on
March 1, 2028. On August 12, 2021, Adtalem changed the Prior Credit score Facility
and Prior Credit score Settlement (as outlined in Notice 13 "Debt" to the Consolidated
Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge")
by getting into into its new credit score settlement (the "Credit score Settlement") that gives
for (1) a $850.0 million senior secured time period mortgage ("Time period Mortgage B") with a
maturity date of August 12, 2028 and (2) a $400.0 million senior secured
revolving mortgage facility ("Revolver") with a maturity date of August 12, 2026. We
discuss with the Time period Mortgage B and Revolver collectively because the "Credit score Facility." The
proceeds of the Notes and the Time period Mortgage B have been used, amongst different issues, to
finance the Acquisition, refinance Adtalem's Prior Credit score Settlement, and pay
charges and bills associated to the Acquisition. The Revolver shall be used to
finance ongoing working capital and for basic company functions. Throughout
fiscal yr 2022, we made a prepayment of $396.7 million on the Time period Mortgage B.
With this prepayment, we're not required to make quarterly installment
funds. On April 11, 2022, we repaid $373.3 million of Notes at a worth equal
to 100% of the principal quantity of the Notes. Throughout June 2022, we repurchased
on the open market a further $20.8 million of Notes at a worth equal to
roughly 90% of the principal quantity of the Notes, leading to a acquire on
extinguishment of $2.1 million recorded inside curiosity expense within the
Consolidated Statements of Revenue (Loss) for the yr ended June 30, 2022. This
debt was subsequently retired. As of June 30, 2022, the quantity of debt
excellent underneath the Notes and Credit score Facility was $859.2 million. See Notice 13
"Debt" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements
and Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on the Notes and our Credit score
Settlement.

Administration presently tasks that COVID-19 will proceed to impact
operations and, because of this, liquidity, as mentioned within the earlier part of
this MD&A titled "Overview of the Influence of COVID-19"; nonetheless, we consider the
present balances of money, money generated from operations, and our Credit score
Facility shall be ample to fund each Adtalem's present home and
worldwide operations and development plans for the foreseeable future.

Materials Money Necessities


Lengthy-Time period Debt - We've got excellent $405.9 million of Notes and keep an
$853.3 million Credit score Facility, which requires curiosity funds. With the
prepayment famous above, we're not required to make quarterly principal
installment funds. As of June 30, 2022, the quantity of debt excellent underneath
the Notes and our Credit score Facility was $859.2 million. See Notice 13 "Debt" to the
Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and
Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on our Notes and Credit score
Settlement.

Working Lease Obligations - We've got working lease obligations for the
minimal funds required underneath varied lease agreements that are recorded on
the Consolidated Stability Sheets. As well as, we sublease sure house to 3rd
events, which partially offsets the lease obligations at these services. See
Notice 11 "Leases" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary
Statements and Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on our lease
agreements.

Contingencies

For a dialogue of authorized proceedings, see Notice 20 “Commitments and
Contingencies” to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. “Monetary
Statements and Supplementary Knowledge.”

Essential Accounting Estimates


We describe our vital accounting insurance policies within the Notes to Consolidated
Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge."
The preparation of economic statements in conformity with GAAP requires
administration to make estimates and assumptions that have an effect on the reported quantities of
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of contingent belongings and liabilities as of the date of the monetary statements,
in addition to the reported quantities of income and bills in the course of the reporting
interval. Essential accounting estimates mentioned beneath are people who we consider
contain a major degree of estimation uncertainty and have had or are
moderately prone to have a fabric affect on our monetary situation or
outcomes of operations. Administration has mentioned our vital accounting
estimates with the Audit and Finance Committee of the Board. Though administration
believes its assumptions and estimates are affordable, precise outcomes might
differ from these estimates.

Though our present estimates ponder present situations, together with the
affect of COVID-19, and the way we anticipate them to vary sooner or later, as
acceptable, it's moderately potential that precise situations might differ from
what was anticipated in these estimates, which might materially have an effect on our
outcomes of operations and monetary situation. On March 11, 2020, the COVID-19
outbreak was declared a pandemic by the World Well being Group, which
really useful containment and mitigation measures worldwide. COVID-19 and the
response of governmental and public well being organizations in coping with the
pandemic included proscribing basic exercise ranges inside communities, the
economic system, and operations of our prospects. Whereas we now have skilled an affect to
our enterprise, operations, and monetary outcomes because of the COVID-19
pandemic, it could have much more far-reaching impacts on many points of our
operations together with the affect on buyer behaviors, enterprise operations, our
staff, and the market basically. The extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic
finally impacts our enterprise, monetary situation, outcomes of operations,
money flows, and liquidity could differ from administration's present estimates on account of
inherent uncertainties relating to the length and additional unfold of COVID-19,
actions taken to comprise the virus, the efficacy and distribution of the
vaccines, in addition to, how shortly and to what extent regular financial and
working situations can resume.

Credit score Losses


The allowance for credit score losses represents an estimate of the lifetime anticipated
credit score losses inherent in our accounts receivable balances as of every steadiness
sheet date. In evaluating the collectability of all our accounts receivable
balances, we make the most of historic occasions, present situations, and affordable and
supportable forecasts in regards to the future. The estimate of our credit score losses
includes a major degree of uncertainty because it requires vital judgment
to estimate the quantity we'll acquire sooner or later on our account receivable
balances. See Notice 9 "Accounts Receivable and Credit score Losses" to the Consolidated
Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge"
for added info on our credit score losses.

Impairment of Lengthy-Lived Belongings

Lengthy-lived belongings are reviewed for impairment every time occasions or adjustments in
circumstances point out that the carrying quantity might not be recoverable. If the
carrying worth is not recoverable primarily based upon the undiscounted future money
flows of the asset or asset group, the quantity of the impairment is the
distinction between the carrying quantity and the truthful worth of the asset or asset
group. Occasions that will set off an impairment evaluation might embody a choice
by administration to exit a market or a line of enterprise or to consolidate working
places.

Goodwill and Intangible Belongings

Goodwill and indefinite-lived intangibles will not be amortized, however are examined for
impairment yearly and when an occasion happens or circumstances change such that
it's extra possible than not that an impairment could exist. Our annual testing date
is Might 31.

Adtalem first assesses goodwill for impairment qualitatively for every reporting
unit that accommodates goodwill. Administration analyzes components that embody outcomes of
operations and enterprise situations, vital adjustments in money flows on the
reporting unit degree, in addition to how a lot beforehand calculated truthful values
exceed carrying values to find out whether it is extra possible than not that the
reporting models have been impaired. If there may be motive to consider the carrying
worth of a reporting unit exceeds its truthful worth, then administration performs a
quantitative impairment evaluate. Adtalem makes use of a reduced money stream mannequin to
compute truthful worth. The estimated truthful values of the reporting models are primarily based
on administration's projection of income, gross margin, working prices, and money
flows contemplating deliberate enterprise and operational methods over a long-term
planning horizon of 5 years. These reporting models represent parts for
which discrete monetary info is obtainable and recurrently reviewed by
phase administration. If the carrying quantity of a reporting unit

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containing the goodwill exceeds the truthful worth of that reporting unit, an
impairment loss is acknowledged to the extent of the surplus, as much as the quantity of
goodwill recorded.


For indefinite-lived intangible belongings, administration first analyzes qualitative
components, together with outcomes of operations and enterprise situations of every
reporting unit that comprise indefinite-lived intangible belongings, vital
adjustments in money flows on the particular person indefinite-lived intangible asset degree,
if relevant, in addition to how a lot beforehand calculated truthful values exceed
carrying values to find out whether it is extra possible than not that the intangible
belongings related to these reporting models have been impaired. If there may be
motive to consider the carrying worth of an intangible asset exceeds its truthful
worth, then administration performs a quantitative impairment evaluate. In calculating
truthful worth, Adtalem makes use of varied valuation strategies together with a royalty price
mannequin for commerce names and a reduced money stream mannequin for Title IV eligibility
and accreditation. The estimated truthful values of those indefinite-lived
intangible belongings are primarily based on administration's projection of income, gross margin,
working prices, and money flows contemplating deliberate enterprise and operational
methods over a long-term planning horizon of 5 years. The assumed royalty
charges and the expansion charges used to venture money flows and working outcomes are
primarily based upon historic outcomes and evaluation of the financial surroundings during which
the reporting models that document indefinite-lived intangible belongings function. The
valuations make use of current worth strategies to measure truthful worth and take into account
market components. Administration believes the assumptions used for the impairment
testing are in keeping with people who could be utilized by a market participant
in performing related valuations of its indefinite-lived intangible belongings. If
the carrying quantity exceeds the truthful worth, an impairment loss is acknowledged in
an quantity equal to that extra.

For intangible belongings with finite lives, we consider for potential impairment
every time occasions or adjustments in circumstances point out that the carrying quantity
might not be recoverable. If the carrying worth is not recoverable primarily based
upon the undiscounted future money flows of the asset or asset group, the quantity
of the impairment is the distinction between the carrying quantity and the truthful
worth of the asset or asset group. Intangible belongings with finite lives are
amortized over their anticipated financial lives, starting from 3 to five years.

All intangible belongings and sure goodwill are being amortized for tax reporting
functions over statutory lives.


Figuring out the truthful worth of a reporting unit or an intangible asset includes
using vital estimates and assumptions. Administration bases its truthful
worth estimates on assumptions it believes to be affordable on the time, however
such assumptions are topic to inherent uncertainty. Precise outcomes could differ
from these estimates, which might result in future impairments of goodwill or
intangible belongings. See Notice 12 "Goodwill and Intangible Belongings" to the
Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and
Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on our goodwill and intangible
belongings impairment evaluation.

Important judgments have been utilized in figuring out the truthful worth of the intangible
belongings acquired from the Walden acquisition. The Title IV eligibility and
accreditations intangible asset was valued utilizing the with and with out technique of
the earnings method. The coed relationships intangible asset was valued utilizing
the multi-period extra earnings technique. The commerce title intangible asset was
valued utilizing the relief-from-royalty technique. The curriculum intangible asset was
valued utilizing the fee to switch technique. Important judgments and assumptions
have been utilized in these valuations. We utilized judgment which concerned using
vital assumptions with respect to (i) the low cost price and restoration
interval for the Title IV eligibility and accreditations intangible asset; (ii)
the low cost price and EBITDA margin for the coed relationships intangible
asset; (iii) royalty price and low cost price for the commerce title intangible asset;
and (iv) labor charges and hours and obsolescence price for the curriculum
intangible asset.

Revenue Taxes


Adtalem accounts for earnings taxes utilizing the asset and legal responsibility technique. Beneath
this technique, deferred tax belongings and liabilities are acknowledged for the longer term
tax penalties of non permanent variations between the monetary assertion
carrying quantities of current belongings and liabilities and their respective tax
bases. Adtalem additionally acknowledges future tax advantages related to tax loss and
credit score carryforwards as deferred tax belongings. Adtalem's deferred tax belongings are
lowered by a valuation allowance, when within the opinion of administration, it's extra
possible than not that some portion or the entire deferred tax belongings won't be
realized. Adtalem measures deferred tax belongings and liabilities utilizing enacted tax
charges in impact for the yr during which Adtalem expects to get well or settle the
non permanent variations. The impact of a change in tax charges on deferred taxes is
acknowledged within the interval that the change is enacted. Adtalem reduces its internet tax
belongings for the estimated extra tax and curiosity that will consequence from tax
authorities disputing unsure tax positions Adtalem has taken.

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Contingencies

Adtalem is topic to contingencies, equivalent to varied claims and authorized actions
that come up within the regular conduct of its enterprise. We document an accrual for these
issues the place administration believes a loss is possible and will be moderately
estimated. For these issues for which we now have not recorded an accrual, their
potential affect on Adtalem's enterprise, monetary situation, or outcomes of
operations, can't be predicted at the moment. A big quantity of judgment
and using estimates are required to quantify our final publicity in these
issues. The valuation of liabilities for these contingencies is reviewed on a
quarterly foundation to make sure that we now have accrued the correct degree of expense.
Whereas we consider that the quantity accrued to-date is enough, future adjustments in
circumstances might affect these determinations. See Notice 20 "Commitments and
Contingencies" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in Merchandise 8. "Monetary
Statements and Supplementary Knowledge" for added info on our loss
contingencies.

Latest Accounting Pronouncements


For a dialogue of latest accounting pronouncements, see Notice 2 "Abstract of
Important Accounting Insurance policies" to the Consolidated Monetary Statements in
Merchandise 8. "Monetary Statements and Supplementary Knowledge."

Non-GAAP Monetary Measures and Reconciliations

We consider that sure non-GAAP monetary measures present traders with
helpful supplemental info relating to the underlying enterprise developments and
efficiency of Adtalem's ongoing operations as seen by means of the eyes of
administration and are helpful for period-over-period comparisons. We use these
supplemental non-GAAP monetary measures internally in our evaluation of
efficiency and budgeting course of. Nevertheless, these non-GAAP monetary measures
shouldn't be thought-about as an alternative choice to, or superior to, measures of
monetary efficiency ready in accordance with GAAP. The next are
non-GAAP monetary measures used on this Annual Report on Type 10-Ok:

Internet earnings from persevering with operations excluding particular objects (most comparable
GAAP measure: internet earnings (loss) attributable to Adtalem) - Measure of Adtalem's
internet earnings (loss) attributable to Adtalem adjusted for deferred income
adjustment, CEO transition prices, restructuring expense, enterprise acquisition
and integration expense, Walden intangible amortization expense, pre-acquisition
curiosity expense, write-off of debt low cost and issuance prices, acquire on
extinguishment of debt, acquire on sale of belongings, acquire on by-product, tax fees
associated to the implementation of the Tax Act and the divestiture of DeVry
College, a internet tax profit for a former subsidiary funding loss, and internet
(earnings) loss from discontinued operations attributable to Adtalem.

Earnings per share from persevering with operations excluding particular objects (most
comparable GAAP measure: earnings (loss) per share) - Measure of Adtalem's
diluted earnings (loss) per share adjusted for deferred income adjustment, CEO
transition prices, restructuring expense, enterprise acquisition and integration
expense, Walden intangible amortization expense, pre-acquisition curiosity
expense, write-off of debt low cost and issuance prices, acquire on extinguishment
of debt, acquire on sale of belongings, acquire on by-product, tax fees associated to the
implementation of the Tax Act and the divestiture of DeVry College, a internet tax
profit for a former subsidiary funding loss, and internet (earnings) loss from
discontinued operations attributable to Adtalem.

Working earnings excluding particular objects (most comparable GAAP measure:
working earnings) - Measure of Adtalem's working earnings adjusted for deferred
income adjustment, CEO transition prices, restructuring expense, enterprise
acquisition and integration expense, Walden intangible amortization expense, and
acquire on sale of belongings. This measure is utilized on a consolidated and phase
foundation, relying on the context of the dialogue.

Efficient earnings tax price from persevering with operations excluding particular objects
(most comparable GAAP measure: efficient earnings tax price from persevering with
operations) - Measure of Adtalem's efficient tax price from persevering with operations
adjusted for tax impact on acquire on by-product and a internet tax profit for a former
subsidiary funding loss.

An outline of particular objects in our non-GAAP monetary measures described
above are as follows:

? Deferred income adjustment associated to a income buy accounting adjustment

to document Walden’s deferred income at truthful worth.

? CEO transition prices associated to acceleration of stock-based compensation

   expense.


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Restructuring expense primarily associated to plans to attain synergies with the

? Walden acquisition and actual property consolidations at Medical and Veterinary and

Adtalem’s dwelling workplace.

? Enterprise acquisition and integration expense embody bills associated to the

Walden acquisition.

? Walden intangible amortization expense on acquired intangible belongings.

Pre-acquisition curiosity expense, write-off of debt low cost and issuance

? prices, and acquire on extinguishment of debt associated to financing preparations in

reference to the Walden acquisition and prepayment of debt.

? Achieve on the sale of Adtalem’s Columbus, Ohio, campus facility.

Achieve on the deal-contingent international forex hedge association entered into in

? reference to the sale of Adtalem Brazil accomplished on April 24, 2020 to

economically hedge the Brazilian Actual denominated buy worth by means of

mitigation of the forex alternate price threat.

? Tax fees associated to the implementation of the Tax Act and the divestiture of

DeVry College.

? A internet tax profit for a former subsidiary funding loss.

Internet (earnings) loss from discontinued operations attributable to Adtalem consists of

? the operations of Adtalem Brazil, ACAMS, Becker, OCL, and EduPristine,

together with the after-tax acquire (loss) on the sale of those companies, in

addition to prices associated to DeVry College.

The next tables present a reconciliation from essentially the most straight comparable
GAAP measure to those non-GAAP monetary measures. The working earnings
reconciliation is included within the outcomes of operations part inside this
MD&A.


Internet earnings (loss) attributable to Adtalem reconciliation to internet earnings from
persevering with operations attributable to Adtalem excluding particular objects (in
hundreds):

                                                            Yr Ended June 30,
                                                     2022           2021          2020
Internet earnings (loss) attributable to Adtalem
(GAAP)                                            $   317,705    $   76,909    $  (85,334)
Deferred income adjustment                             8,561             -              -
CEO transition prices                                    6,195             -              -
Restructuring expense                                  25,628         6,869         23,683
Enterprise acquisition and integration expense           53,198        31,593              -
Walden intangible amortization expense                 97,274             -              -
Pre-acquisition curiosity expense, write-off of
debt low cost and issuance prices, and acquire on
extinguishment of debt                                 48,804        26,746              -
Achieve on sale of belongings                                      -             -        (4,779)
Achieve on by-product                                          -             -      (110,723)
Tax fees associated to the Tax Cuts and Jobs
Act of 2017 and the divestiture of DeVry
College                                                  -             -

(2,230)

Internet tax profit for a former subsidiary
funding loss                                             -             -

(25,688)

Revenue tax affect on non-GAAP changes (1) (51,683) (16,297)

(4,399)

Internet (earnings) loss from discontinued operations
attributable to Adtalem                             (347,532)       (6,579)

305,259

Internet earnings from persevering with operations
excluding particular objects (non-GAAP)                $   158,150    $  119,241

$ 95,789

(1) Represents the earnings tax affect of non-GAAP persevering with operations

    changes that's acknowledged in our GAAP monetary statements.


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Earnings (loss) per share reconciliation to earnings per share from persevering with
operations excluding particular objects (shares in hundreds):


                                                         Yr Ended June 

30,

                                                    2022         2021       

2020

Earnings (loss) per share, diluted (GAAP)         $    6.57    $    1.49    $  (1.58)
Impact on diluted earnings per share:
Deferred income adjustment                            0.18            -            -
CEO transition prices                                   0.13            -            -
Restructuring expense                                  0.53         0.13         0.44
Enterprise acquisition and integration expense           1.09         0.61   

Walden intangible amortization expense                 1.99            -   

Pre-acquisition curiosity expense, write-off of
debt low cost and issuance prices, and acquire on
extinguishment of debt                                 1.00         0.52            -
Achieve on sale of belongings                                    -            -       (0.09)
Achieve on by-product                                        -            -       (2.05)
Tax fees associated to the Tax Cuts and Jobs
Act of 2017 and the divestiture of DeVry
College                                                -            -   

(0.04)

Internet tax profit for a former subsidiary
funding loss                                           -            -   

(0.47)

Revenue tax affect on non-GAAP changes (1) (1.06) (0.32)

(0.08)

Internet (earnings) expense from discontinued
operations attributable to Adtalem                   (7.18)       (0.13)   

5.64

Earnings per share from persevering with operations
excluding particular objects, diluted (non-GAAP)       $    3.24    $    2.31    $    1.77
Diluted shares utilized in non-GAAP EPS
calculation                                          48,804       51,645   

54,094

(1) Represents the earnings tax affect of non-GAAP persevering with operations

changes that’s acknowledged in our GAAP monetary statements.



Efficient earnings tax price from persevering with operations reconciliation to efficient
earnings tax price from persevering with operations excluding particular objects (in
hundreds):

                                                                       Yr Ended June 30,
                                                                  2022         2021         2020
Pre-tax outcomes:
(Loss) earnings from persevering with operations earlier than earnings taxes
(GAAP)                                                         $ (45,064)   $   83,419   $   204,986
Achieve on by-product                                                      -  

– (110,723)
(Loss) earnings from persevering with operations earlier than earnings taxes
excluding particular objects (non-GAAP)

                             $ (45,064)   

$ 83,419 $ 94,263

Taxes:

Profit from (provision for) earnings taxes (GAAP)               $   15,237   $ (13,089)   $    14,939
Internet tax profit for a former subsidiary funding loss                 -  

– (25,688)
Profit from (provision for) earnings taxes excluding particular
objects (non-GAAP)

                                               $   15,237   

$ (13,089) $ (10,749)


Tax price:
Efficient earnings tax price (GAAP)                                     33.8 %       15.7 %       (7.3) %
Efficient earnings tax price excluding particular objects (non-GAAP)         33.8 %

15.7 % 11.4 %

The calculation of the efficient earnings tax price from persevering with operations
excluding particular objects on this MD&A doesn't embody the entire similar particular
objects utilized in our calculation of internet earnings from persevering with operations excluding
particular objects as a result of we don't embody all of the particular merchandise changes from
our GAAP ends in discussing our efficient tax charges on this MD&A dialogue.

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