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Class of 2014: More than 4,600 Adult Learners Graduate from Excelsior College

Graduates and their families will come together in Albany, N.Y. this Friday, July 11

Dr. Patrick Jones on Why Online Courses are Superior to Face-to-Face Classes

Dr. Patrick Jones, vice provost and interim co-dean of the School of Liberal Arts

Behind the Scenes: How Does Financial Aid Differ at an Online College?

The financial aid office at any college can be a bustling place just before

The Real World: Both College Students and Staff Work at a Distance

Times have changed and telecommuting is part of the working world today. In 2012,

Excelsior College OWL Honored with NUTN Distance Education Innovation Award

The Excelsior College Online Writing Lab (OWL), released earlier this year and already in

Changing Perspectives on Higher Education

The way Chris Montagnino views things, Excelsior is well-positioned to help lead the current

Excelsior College to Launch Center for Game and Simulation-Based Learning this Friday in Washington, DC

This Friday, May 16, Excelsior College will launch the Center for Game and Simulation-Based

Jo Ann Webb, RN, MHA on Impact of Affordable Care Act on Nursing

Jo Ann Webb, RN, MHA, Senior Director of Federal Relations and Policy for the

Excelsior College President Inducted into Distance Learning Hall of Fame

Dr. John F. Ebersole, President of Excelsior College, was inducted into the The United

Excelsior College Staff Members Recognized as NACADA Award Winners

The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) of professional higher education advisors, counselors, and administrators

Competency-Based Education Network (C-BEN) Hosts First Working Session

On April 21-22, the Competency-Based Education Network (C-BEN) hosted its first working session in

Excelsior Joins National Efforts to Expand Adoption of Competency-Based Education Across U.S.

  Excelsior College, a pioneer in competency-based education since its founding in 1971, has

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Awards $200,000 Grant to Presidents’ Forum to Continue Work on State Reciprocity

The Presidents’ Forum today announced a $200,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates

Excelsior College’s Partners in Lifelong Learning to Honor Times Union, Deborah Onslow

On Wednesday, April 23, Excelsior College will recognize the Times Union and Deborah Onslow

Dr. Robert Waters Named Dean of the School of Public Service

Dr. Robert E. Waters has been named dean of the School of Public Service

New Study Underscores Importance of Excelsior College’s Broad Transfer Policy

A new study reported on by Inside Higher Ed this morning argues that “lost

Lumina Foundation’s Jamie P. Merisotis to Address Excelsior College Graduates at 2014 Commencement

Jamie P. Merisotis, president and CEO of Lumina Foundation, will address 2014 Excelsior College

Excelsior College Alumnus, Three-Time Olympian, Meets Challenges Head On

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia officially began yesterday with qualifying runs for

Hillary K. Harding Introduced as Excelsior College’s Next Controller

After a comprehensive search process, Excelsior College today announced Hillary K. Harding, CPA, as

Three Higher Education Institutions and Programs To Receive 2014 CHEA Award

Editor’s Note: This press release originally appeared on the Council for Higher Education Accreditation