Higher Education and the Pandemic: An Inflection Point for Online Education and Instructional Design
Even as colleges and universities work feverishly to respond to and, hopefully, recover from the COVID-19 health crisis, the future for many institutions remains uncertain. Decreasing enrollments, budget cuts, and repetitive belt-tightening activities of the past...
Competition for student enrollment in online degree programs is more fierce than ever. According to a recent report, online-only enrollment surged 38 percent from 2012 to 2017, and will continue to increase. In fact, another survey found the majority of online...
Is your small, private college suffering from low enrollment? If you are the President or VP of Enrollment at a small college, non-profit or traditional university, now may be the right time to make some entrepreneurial changes to your offerings.
Can your institution be entrepreneurial and put students over profit at the same time?
When a company offers exceptional customer service and high-quality products that are cost-effective, it will reap a profit. Consumers desire and seek out such businesses, so why wouldn’t an educational institution offer the same for today’s students?
St. Francis College Launches First Online Degree Program: Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Movement Science
St. Francis College Launches First Online Degree Program: Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Movement Science Developed in partnership with Relearnit.
The online program prepares doctoral candidates for academic, leadership and clinical roles in health-related disciplines (St. Louis, MO and St. Paul, MN) — Relearnit, the online program management firm, has partnered with Concordia University, St. Paul (CSP), to...