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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on-site first visit from Department of Education Florida | New discussion by Adela Abaji

I would like to receive some ideas of what to expect on the first on-site visit at the campus for annual license with the  CIE Florida. I apprecaite if some of you can share your experience....

Compliance Elective Compliance Course | New blog by Karen DeHart

Very informative.

Neumont College | New blog by Tauna Toole

I hear a variety of great conversations with students in the Admissions office and when I call directly to students I am given a specific script.

Always tell the truth! | New blog by Kathleen Yost

Students deserve honest feedback, sensitivity and fairness. 

Answering if a student is present | New comment by Elsie Olaes

I believe only if the student had given a written consent to share the information.

Information for share | New comment by Elsie Olaes

THis is such a challenge not only for person with disability but for faculty as well. Keepng the infrmation confidential is an even bigger challenge. Other students notice when one of their classmate...

HE101 Higher Education in the US | New comment by Jerome Trask

Very informative as to the numbrer and scope of accreditation organizations nation wide

Audit Reflections | New blog by Brian Chavez

Having previous experience in the field of accounting and finance, a lot of the principles flow through. The biggest part and yet such a small piece is the implementation component. The best laid plan...

HE101 Higher Education in the US | New discussion by LaTonya Brooks

Completed the first Postsecondary Education Training HE101 Higher Education in the US training.  

CM102 | New blog by Annette Kietur

Course was appropriate to complete online, which I could have had better options during the short examples, most did not let me choose the right answer