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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Keep Current and Think First | New blog by Bethsaida Bunyi

The headline is a common statement. To apply the principles of a culture of compliance: I would keep myself well-informed on policies. procedures, regulations, documented school metrics and outcome...

Sustaining a Culture of Compliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Vernise Walker

Our student's success is our success. Staying compliance is a win win situation for all involved. Staying in compliance increases student trust in the faculty, staff and the college...

Sustaining a Culture of Compliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Bethsaida Bunyi

As faculty, we have to be in alignment with our institution's mission, core values; have knowledge of accurate information on metrics monitored by accreditors and licensing agencies and used by...

Noncompliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Bethsaida Bunyi

Any action made by faculty to ensure that students get the education they deserve within the confines of institutional policies and agency regulations is advocacy. When faculty deviate from being...

Substantial Misrepresentation | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Bethsaida Bunyi

With a long list of information or statements that can be given by us associates, a self-check is important to make sure information is factual and accurate.  

Misrepresentation | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Bethsaida Bunyi

Use of documented data, accurate facts supported by numbers, and absence of superlatives are basic concepts in avoiding misrepreresntations.  

Disclosures and Representations | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Bethsaida Bunyi

As an associate, we represent the institution and its learning environment where students can trust everyone to always do what is the right thing to do. By providing diclosures and representing only...

Admissions Staff Training Program | Origin: CM201 | New comment by Luann Negron

It is always important to stay in compliance.. for your students well being .. your school and your job..  

Compliance versus a Culture of Compliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by Rhonda Ramsey

Trust is so very important in any organization.  You need to be able to trust your organization, co-worker and customers/students.  Having a mission statement gives everyone something to...

Sustaining a Culture of Compliance | Origin: CM107 | New comment by lisa anthony

Going the extra mile for our students to encourage trust and transparency