The College Network Continues Participation in the American Council on Education Alliance Program

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The Alliance Program was created by ACE to help fulfill its mission of seeking to “provide leadership on key higher education issues and influence public policy through advocacy.”

“At The College Network, we’re committed to cultivating and empowering learners throughout their lives with innovative programs,” said Gary Eyler, chief executive officer of The College Network.

The College Network® has extended its membership in the American Council on Education’s (ACE) Alliance Program in support of higher education, continuing to exemplify the company’s dedication to its core value of learning.

The Alliance Program was created by ACE to help fulfill its mission of seeking to “provide leadership on key higher education issues and influence public policy through advocacy.”

The College Network will support ACE through the Alliance Program by sponsoring and exhibiting at meetings, as well as providing funding for publications and seminars. As a continued part of this program, The College Network hopes to further advance higher education initiatives nationwide.

“At The College Network, we’re committed to cultivating and empowering learners throughout their lives with innovative programs,” said Gary Eyler, chief executive officer of The College Network. “Our continued participation in the ACE Alliance Program is an additional way we are demonstrating our commitment to making higher education accessible to all types of learners.”

About The College Network, Inc.
Since 1992, The College Network, Inc. has provided educational solutions that allow individuals to advance their education and training with college degrees and professional certificates from highly acclaimed universities. As one of the nation’s leading educational services companies and a partner with some of the nation’s foremost institutions of higher learning, The College Network has allowed hundreds of thousands of adults to continue their education without interruption to their professional lives. Visit http://www.collegenetwork.com or call 1-800-39-LEARN (395-3276) for more information.

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