Compliance is an ongoing mandate that must be met with the latest information and understanding of current requirements. This group is for educational professionals 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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Understanding more about PTSD | New blog by Mike Orduno

I Really injoyed this subject learned and know i help my students with PTSD thank you

HE115 Course | New comment by Barbara Latham

I REALLY LEARNED A LOT FROM HE115

Allowing students to use their best qualities | New blog by Eunice Lipscomb

Allowing students to be their best self and working your lesson plan to incoporate each student qualities and giving them an opportunity to feel a part of their education and helping other students.&n...

Protected Disability | New blog by Mary Ibe

Functionality is crucial element in determining equality of access to higher education for those with disabilities.

Federal Regulations on Misrepresentation | New comment by Azra Khan

I think every student has abilities to learn  

For Profit | New comment by Elizabeth Valdivia

Yes, I was interested to know more about the different characteristics of highter education and the statistics given for the rise of postsecondary enrollment of "career changers".

CEE continue education | New blog by Mary Ibe

I have been elighten by the information learned about disablities and enhacing access to higher education.

Training | New comment by Mary Ibe

Enlighten about disability regulation and how it protect disable people from denial of access to equality.

Training | New blog by Darren Tennyuk

Knowing the federal regulations helps in understanding the process to enroll new students.

Federal Regulations on Misrepresentation | New discussion by Darren Tennyuk

The regulations on misrepresentation are to help protect the potential students.  What is your experiences with this?