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Helix Education provides colleges and universities a comprehensive suite of technology and services to power data-driven enrollment growth. The company’s three solutions — Outsourced Program Management, Enrollment Marketing and Retention Services — have successfully helped institutions find, enroll, retain, teach and graduate post-traditional learners for more than 30 years. Its enrollment growth solutions are powered by a proprietary technology ecosystem that aggregates data across the student lifecycle to better understand an institution’s best-fit students’ journey, and implements actionable intelligence to improve outcomes for students and institutions alike.

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ONLINE HIGHER EDUCATION: 5 REASONS TO GET A DEGREE VIRTUALLY

Study International | April 19, 2020

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Online higher education is having a moment right now. As universities around the world move online due to COVID-19, the true potential of online learning has become apparent. Anyone with a laptop, internet access, a streak of discipline and a dash of willpower can earn a degree without ever stepping foot on campus. So if your plan to start a degree has been thwarted by the current COVID-19 pandemic, know that hope is not lost. Here are five reasons you should consider online learning instead....

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ft | August 24, 2020

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Schools around the world have reopened their doors or are preparing to restart, in many cases while coronavirus transmission rates are rising, provoking fresh concerns about whether and how the process should take place.After a near global shutdown of education settings as the pandemic spread earlier this year, 22 countries have now fully reopened their schools. By mid September, 12 will do so and 55 have permitted partial reopening, using different strategies to mitigate the risk of transmissio...

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GROUPS REQUEST $1.5B TO HELP MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES RESPOND TO CORONAVIRUS

educationdive | March 25, 2020

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Groups representing historically black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions (MSIs) are urging Congress to give these schools at least $1.5 billion in emergency aid to help them recover from financial losses sustained due to the coronavirus pandemic. House Democrats unveiled a $2.5 trillion stimulus bill that would allocate that amount to HBCUs and other MSIs. Last week, several higher ed associations urged the Senate to include $1.5 billion in aid for these schools i...

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prnewswire | October 07, 2020

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Unmudl, the Course-to-JobSM marketplace, announces SUNY Broome Community College as its sixth community college partner. SUNY Broome will offer courses through Unmudl including Electrical Skills, Growing Your Business in a Post Pandemic World, Natural Gas Technology, Monetizing Websites, and Professional Photography, Dr. Kevin Drumm, SUNY Broome President, said, "We are so excited to join the Unmudl network of community colleges to connect learners and employers. Unmudl represents a unique ...

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ONLINE HIGHER EDUCATION: 5 REASONS TO GET A DEGREE VIRTUALLY

Study International | April 19, 2020

Online higher education is having a moment right now. As universities around the world move online due to COVID-19, the true potential of online learning has become apparent. Anyone with a laptop, internet access, a streak of discipline and a dash of willpower can earn a degree without ever stepping foot on campus. So if your plan to start a degree has been thwarted by the current COVID-19 pandemic, know that hope is not lost. Here are five reasons you should consider online learning instead....

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ft | August 24, 2020

Schools around the world have reopened their doors or are preparing to restart, in many cases while coronavirus transmission rates are rising, provoking fresh concerns about whether and how the process should take place.After a near global shutdown of education settings as the pandemic spread earlier this year, 22 countries have now fully reopened their schools. By mid September, 12 will do so and 55 have permitted partial reopening, using different strategies to mitigate the risk of transmissio...

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GROUPS REQUEST $1.5B TO HELP MINORITY-SERVING COLLEGES RESPOND TO CORONAVIRUS

educationdive | March 25, 2020

Groups representing historically black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions (MSIs) are urging Congress to give these schools at least $1.5 billion in emergency aid to help them recover from financial losses sustained due to the coronavirus pandemic. House Democrats unveiled a $2.5 trillion stimulus bill that would allocate that amount to HBCUs and other MSIs. Last week, several higher ed associations urged the Senate to include $1.5 billion in aid for these schools i...

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UNMUDL WELCOMES SUNY BROOME TO DIGITAL LEARNING NETWORK

prnewswire | October 07, 2020

Unmudl, the Course-to-JobSM marketplace, announces SUNY Broome Community College as its sixth community college partner. SUNY Broome will offer courses through Unmudl including Electrical Skills, Growing Your Business in a Post Pandemic World, Natural Gas Technology, Monetizing Websites, and Professional Photography, Dr. Kevin Drumm, SUNY Broome President, said, "We are so excited to join the Unmudl network of community colleges to connect learners and employers. Unmudl represents a unique ...

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