WASHINGTON, D.C. - StraighterLine (www.straighterline.com), a new online education solution that provides students a high quality, better supported, and lower cost way to obtain college credits through regionally accredited colleges and universities, has announced that its representatives will participate in the 20th annual National Small College Enrollment Conference (NSCEC) July 21-23 at the Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate in Orlando. The event, dedicated exclusively to the needs of enrollment and retention professionals at small colleges, offers attendees the chance to network with colleagues as well as discuss workplace issues. Currently StraighterLine offers four entry-level curriculum courses where credit can be transferred: College Algebra, English Composition, Economics 101 and Accounting 101. More courses are planned for the future. Additional information on the StraighterLine program can be found at www.straighterline.com or by visiting the StraighterLine blog at www.mmimarketing.com/blog/?author=straighterline.
"We are please to be attending this year's conference," said Ryan Busch, director of StraighterLine. "StraighterLine is a valuable resource that small colleges and universities can partner with in order to create a significant educational presence online without the hassles of time and money required in setting up their own courses on the Web."
About the National Small College Enrollment Conference:
Founded in 1989, the National Small College Enrollment Conference is an independent, yearly event dedicated to serving the needs of professionals at small colleges, universities, and community colleges. In the past 19 years, more than 3,000 participants from more than 500 colleges have attended the NSCEC. This important and unique event continues to offer important up-to-the-minute, information on topics relevant to enrollment and retention professionals and features an outstanding, experienced faculty.
StraighterLine provides students with a new online option for obtaining required college credits from accredited colleges and universities. StraighterLine's affordable courses are the first to include up to 24/7 live, on-demand instruction. StraighterLine offers entry-level college courses including College Algebra, English Composition, Economics 101 and Accounting 101, with many more under development. StraighterLine students may choose to receive credit from StraighterLine's regionally accredited partner colleges. Student-earned credits may also be transferable to non-partner colleges that recognize StraighterLine's partner's courses as equivalent programs. There are no set due dates for StraighterLine courses. Students may start and stop at any point with up to six months of access. For more information, visit www.straighterline.com or call 1-877-str8erline (1-877-787-8375).
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