Compliance is essential if a college is going to meet all of the accreditation and certification requirements.  College personnel need to be current on the latest compliance issues as they make program and course additions and revisions. This group is for college personnel who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 

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Admissons | New blog by Elizabeth Roberts

I feel the course has ooutlined eveything that I need to know 

The Ohio Training- | New discussion by Margaret Majors

The Training was very informative and I took a lot from it. It's best to always be ethical. We always win the best connections when doing so.

Annual Training | New blog by Bonnie Marsh

I think it's good that annual training is required for Title IX coordinators.  It pointed out to me that we need to better identify whether instructors are responsible reporters, and I checked in...

Good Common Sense Information | New blog by Gary Jones

The testing and information was good as a reminder of what some may have forgot about policy, procedures and rules of compliance concerning admissions.

Training | New blog by Candace Jones

This training was a useful tool. It's important to take first before filing. It will make things much easier than starting from scratch. Cheers

Action | New blog by Mia Smith

Hello classmates Hope all is well and you are enjoying the journey! For every action there is a reaction, carefully plan actions! Best!

Integrity | New blog by Mia Smith

Hello classmates, I hope all is well! Allow integrity to be your guide.   Best to all!

OH Compliance | New blog by Yvonne Stancil

This was a very informative class and I learned lots. It was also very user friendly and easy to follow.    

ethical | New blog by Garrick Dawson

great course 

Ethical | New blog by Garrick Dawson

This course has taught me to be ethical in all situations