Process Makes Perfect: How the Accommodation Process Supports Students with Disabilities and Safeguards Valuable College Resources

By Jessica High, Attorney and Bryce Young, Attorney, Duane Morris, LLP
Since 2005, disability rights cases have increased by almost 395 percent. Following the same process for every student will always lead to the right result, no matter the facts or situation. While this may not immunize your institution from a complaint or lawsuit, following and documenting a process bolsters your defenses greatly.

Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Affordability and Student Loans – Session One

Working with Workforce Development

By Burke Malin, Chief Operating Officer, Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts
Developing an employer centric approach to education is critical to student outcomes and overall institutional success. How to work with career services, faculty, and employers to create an effective and productive partnerships needs to be a priority at every career technical school.

What Innovative Career Service Departments Learned From COVID-19

Applying the Principles of Change Management to Campus Operations

By Barbara Larar, Chief Operating Officer and John Olson, Ed.D., Campus President, ECPI University
These are times of disruption inside and outside higher education. Change, planned or unplanned, can be very disruptive to operations, but leadership can manage the situation by clearly communicating about the upcoming changes.

Humanity in Our Hands: Educators Embrace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Academic Coaching: A Partnership for Success

By Tina D. Barbour Taylor, Ph.D., MSN, RN, Nursing Faculty/Academic Coach, Fortis Institute Pensacola, Florida
Educational contexts today must provide education to a diverse range of students with a variety of different learning needs. The purpose of this article is to provide information on the importance of academic coaching in engaging students and building a partnership for academic success.

Retaining Online Students: It Takes a Village

How to Protect Title IV Schools From an Increasing Number of False Claims Act Lawsuits

Written from a presentation by Steven Gombos and Jacob Shorter, Gombos Leyton and Eric Bing, CEO, The College of Health Care Professions
The False Claims Act, a civil statute that allows both the government and private qui tam relators to bring allegations of fraud against individuals and entities who defraud the U.S. government, is one of the fastest-growing sectors of civil litigation. Learn how you can protect your college from these lawsuits and lessen the risk of FCA liability.

Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Affordability and Student Loans – Session One