Hear a collaborative discussion with academic leaders at colleges and universities serving unique student populations. Our panelists from Southeast Arkansas College, Heritage University, and Jarvis Christian University shared their course sharing strategies that have helped them create pathways to better serve students, increase retention, expand course catalogs, and develop in-demand program offerings. By working together, institutions can expand revenue and ensure more students succeed.
- Identify new tactics to serve unique student populations
- Ensure students stay on track and complete their degrees by increasing the variety and scope of courses offered
- Learn best practices for measuring course sharing’s impact for students, faculty, and for your institution.