Career Education Admissions Symposium – June 8th, following the APSCU 2016 Annual Conference Join us on Wednesday, June 8th from 11:00am to 4:30pm for the Career Education Admissions Symposium in Orlando, FL. REGISTER NOW! ONLY $250 (INCLUDES LUNCH) Space is limited! Call 312-262-7433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. APSCU members can register online to receive a special discount. 3 Perspectives. 1 Goal.
Ask a college admission representative how they chose their profession and you’ll most likely find many simply fall into the job with the promise of changing students’ lives. Who wouldn’t love to do that as a profession? The job title of admission representative doesn’t quite fit what they do either; but in the private, for-profit world, they aren’t allowed to
On first glance, any connection between automakers and Higher Education would seem shortsighted. After all, they’re completely different entities with different labor forces, standards, and goals. But when you look at the bigger picture, things start to come into focus. Take regulations for example. Both industries are subject to strict monitoring and held to standards of ethics and quality. If
We are posting the full, hour-long version of our recent webinar on improving compliance and customer service in your Admissions and Marketing efforts. Norton Norris’s Compliance & Training team brings decades of real-world experience to the project of making sure that Colleges engage with prospective students in a way that is honest, ethical, and within the guidelines set by current
These are challenging times for those working with prospective students – especially in the career college sector. Let’s face it, when the Department of Ed forms a special unit to catch people misleading prospective students in marketing and sales it’s time to take a look in the mirror. What could possibly cause someone to misrepresent information to simply gain an enrollment? In
Training wheels. We’ve all had them at one point in our lives. They keep us upright while we learn to pedal on and move forward. But what happens when we take them off? We lose our balance. We fall, and we end up with a couple of nicks and bruises to show for it. Don’t get me wrong, training wheels