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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Renee | New comment by Renee Blackmon

I passed my Director training!

Renee | New blog by Renee Blackmon

I truley appreciate the training . The state will definietly get you together, However its only the right way to go to run a legit business. thank you sooooo much for being you

Training Course | New comment by Renee Blackmon

Yes good. I'm just starting  out. And I feel compliance  is always  a good policy it keeps things straight. 

Ohio Compliance Training | New blog by Anna Krouse

This training made sure we knew all the best practices and the rules to follow when helping students.

Understanding Compliance Important | New blog by Jeffrey Underwood

This was my first time taking a course such as this. I now understand the importance and how my school stays in compliance. I think it is very benefical in knowing the process so as a member of the sc...

Ohio Compliance test | New file by roger jackson

ohio compliance test score

Comments | New blog by Henry King

As a Representative of a Learning Institution that operates with the highest standard, one's behavoir must come from a point of good moral principles. Always willing to learn and share with others. Ac...

20 questions | New blog by Gregg Thompson

Was more challenging

Inspect What You're Expecting | New blog by Valory Hemphill

One of the best practices is ensuring admissions reps are held compliant.  This could be done by consistently usage of a check system.  The admissions manager should meet with the prospectiv...