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Immediate Steps to Set Up for Virtual Admissions

By Gregg Meiklejohn, Co-Founder/CEO, and Tom King, SVP, Strategic Initiatives, Enrollment Resources
As many schools rapidly shift to online operations in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, Admissions teams are struggling to be effective when in-person interviews are not possible. Virtual Admissions will mitigate the current disruption and also become the new normal when the dust settles.

Email to Grantees Regarding HEERF Reporting Requirements

Distance Education Accrediting Commission Member Schools Offer Partnerships to Keep Students on Track

Interview with Leah Matthews, Executive Director, Distance Education Accrediting Commission
Not all schools have online learning capability that is readily available. For schools that are seeking a way to launch online learning, creating a partnership with a DEAC member school might be a viable, cost-effective option.

United Education Institute Opening New Las Vegas Campus This Fall

2019 Proprietary Higher Education Review: “Food Fight!”

By Tony Guida, Partner, Education Group of Duane Morris LLP
As Guida looks at the current state of affairs in our Nation’s capital, including campaign activities gearing up for the 2020 presidential election, he can’t help but be reminded of the cafeteria scene from the movie “National Lampoon’s Animal House.”

COVID-19 Is Making it Clear that College Students Are, In Fact, Customers

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.

A Roadmap to Compliance with the New Title IX Rule

Pursuing Student and Exchange Visitor Program Certification to Attract International Students Benefits Career Colleges Willing to Undertake the Process

By John Willis, President, MIAT College of Technology Houston Campus
One of the many ways that leaders of career schools can enhance their program offerings is to attract international students, which is proven to benefit the student, the school, and the U.S. economy. MIAT College of Technology Houston campus leaders initiated the SEVP certification process in May 2016 and secured approval in May 2017. Earlier this year, the Houston campus enrolled its first group of international students.

Reclaiming the High School Market – What Professional School Counselors Want you to Know

We Invited Our Marketing Agency to Our Annual Planning. Here’s Why You Should Too.

By Charlie Buehler, Vice President of Marketing, Broadview Education Consortium
Broadview Education Consortium needed to think differently as they prepared for their annual planning meeting. They decided to take the bold step of inviting their outside marketing agency to attend and participate – the result was amazing.

How an Online Culinary Educator Engages Staff and Students, Builds Community, And Provides Effective Education

ECPI University Becomes one of the First Universities to Issue Degrees Digitally

Written by Barbara A. Schmitz from an interview with Jeff Arthur, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs & Chief Information Officer, ECPI University
ECPI University became one of the first universities in the nation to issue degrees digitally, providing secure, immediate verification to prospective employers and others. ECPI University’s Jeff Arthur predicts the technology will be “a revolutionary game-changer for higher education by putting ownership of student records into the hands of students.”

Blockchain: Potential Opportunities for Career Colleges