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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oh110 faculty and staff training | New blog by Benjamin Plante

A lot of usefull information on accreditation of the school. 

Renewal Corses | New discussion by Anne Rutkowski

I like to have these renewal course.. It's always good to refresh on rules, and regulations. 

ACTION PLAN | New blog by Charles Thomas


Legit | New discussion by Lydia Loera

Although Iv'e been in Admissions for more than 13 years this course makes me feel like a legit permitted Admissions Advisor. thank You!

no questions | New discussion by Charles Thomas

This is a great course to take

Ethics | New discussion by Kevin Blackwood

Why do individuals display unethical behavior at times? 

Ethics | New discussion by Kevin Blackwood

Practicing and or enforcing good ethics is just the right thing to do. Whether if your job or reputation is on the line, its better to fail at something going about it the right way. Good ethics shoul...

Peers | New discussion by Elizabeth Roberts

Have you ever had a student submit college transcripts and once they have been evaluated. The student ask for them to be appleaed because the stuent feels she should recive more credits. 

What I learned and Plan | New blog by Shirley Spence

I learned through this training about accreditation governing bbodies. Laws related to speciifc institutions and program requirements for certification, and degree types. I will use this information d...

Ethically important to deny application | New comment by Jackson Leon

however, discussing a more difficult way discourages many students. Relax with bob the robber  and get back to the discussion with the best spirit.