Learning House earns a position on the 2011 Inc. 5000 rankings and the Louisville Business First “Fast 50.” - September 01, 2011
Learning House extends its professional development program to all instructors at higher education institutions. - July 13, 2011
Byzantine Catholic Seminary announces the launch of a new course in the Certificate in Eastern Christian Studies online program. The next online course, Introduction to Patristic Reading, will start on May 16, 2011. - April 20, 2011
Albany State University (ASU) now offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems and Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree programs fully online. Albany State’s fully online programs are designed to meet the needs of working traditional and non-traditional students who seek... - March 30, 2011
The Byzantine Catholic Seminary of Saints Cyril and Methodius (BCS) located on Pittsburgh’s North Side is accepting applications for its second online course – Introduction to Liturgy – in the Certificate in Eastern Christian Studies. - February 09, 2011
WLC has has been formally accredited as a master’s degree granting institution. The college is now also accredited to offer both its master’s program and its bachelor’s degree completion program online. - November 13, 2010
Business First recognizes The Learning House, Inc. as one of Louisville’s fastest-growing companies - November 11, 2010
Union College offers a Master of Arts in Psychology Degree and Chemical Dependency Certificate 100% online for individuals looking to advance their careers. - October 28, 2010
Three schools choose Learning House as their online education solutions partner. - October 06, 2010
The Learning House, Inc., an online education solutions partner, ranked No. 1,966 on the 2010 Inc. 5000 list. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent-minded entrepreneurs.
Despite the fact that most of this year’s... - September 01, 2010
The Learning House, Inc. welcomes seven new clients in second quarter. - August 19, 2010
The position of medical assistant is among the fastest-growing occupations in the United States, expected to grow by 20 percent in the next 10 years. Blue Cliff College now offers a Diploma in Medical Assisting partially online to sustain this need. - August 13, 2010
Midway College Online has been granted approval to launch an online Associate of Science in Medical Coding in fall 2010. With an expected growth rate of 18 percent by 2016, Medical Coding is considered to be a thriving career. - July 16, 2010
The MBA degree at Midway College is slated to launch 100% online in the fall of 2010 to extend the on-campus offering. The online MBA program, which attracts people from various business areas and with diverse academic backgrounds, is an accelerated degree recognized by employers as a necessary accessory to positions in organizational leadership and business management. - July 08, 2010
Campbellsville University is proud to announce the newest addition to its online offerings, a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL). - June 10, 2010
East Texas Baptist University (ETBU), a Learning House online education partner, offers an online criminal justice degree program to keep up with the rising demand for well-prepared law enforcement professionals and various criminal justice related job opportunities. - May 23, 2010
California Lutheran University, a Learning House online education partner, was recently honored by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) with the world's most prestigious distance learning award presented for excellence in distance learning. - May 21, 2010
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools recently approved the establishment of a Master of Arts in Christian Studies online degree at University of the Cumberlands. Classes for the thirty-hour degree will begin in the fall of 2010. - May 07, 2010
Jim Dunn Joins Growing Louisville Based Online Education Solutions Partner, Learning House as National Director of Enrollment Management
The Learning House, a Louisville based online education solutions partner, has added a new member to its leadership team – Jim Dunn, National Director of Enrollment... - April 07, 2010
Reinhardt College explores the realm of online learning by offering its first ever programs with online options – an Associate of Science in Criminal Justice and an Associate of Science in Fire Management. Both programs are scheduled to launch in January 2010. - March 31, 2010
Speaker Greg Stumbo along with other legislators, local officials and Midway College administrators were on hand to make an announcement at Johnson Central High School in Paintsville – the inauguration of Midway College School of Pharmacy in Paintsville, Kentucky. - January 16, 2010
Anderson University student, Sheila Day, graduated in December without ever stepping foot on campus. Day is Anderson’s first online-only graduate. She completed her Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree from over 200 miles away. Day is an example of the growing need for online programs in higher... - December 25, 2009
The 2+2 Online Academic Agreement Helps graduates of Highland Community College Earn a Bachelors Degree Online from Midway College. - November 20, 2009
Midway College recently finalized an agreement with Christian Care Communities, Kentucky’s largest faith-based provider of senior housing and long-term care services, for an option to purchase sufficient land for developing a “Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)” adjacent to Midway College’s campus in Midway, Kentucky. - November 16, 2009
Midway College announces the construction of a new state-of-the-art learning resource center to replace the Starks Building which has served the College since 1925. - November 15, 2009
The Company, Founded in 2001, Receives “Hot Dozen” Award from Louisville Chamber for Entrepreneurial Growth and Achievement in Distance Learning Industry - November 14, 2009
Howard Payne University now offers a Master of Education in Instructional Leadership completely online. The degree is designed for teachers who want to advance their knowledge and skills and become certified principals in the State of Texas. - October 16, 2009
The Teacher Education department at Midway College, an online learning partner of Learning House, known for producing some of the best teachers in Kentucky, is currently offering their prestigious online degree programs to their students in an online format. Programs are offered in the fields of Elementary,... - October 02, 2009
This fall, Midway College - an online learning partner of The Learning House, Inc. - launched a new Bachelor program in Mining Management and Safety. This degree program will provide a general overview of coal and coal mining from exploration to combustion. Flexibility and convenience are at the forefront... - September 16, 2009
Carla Wennberg, the western equestrian coach at St. Andrews Presbyterian College, appears in a feature article in the May edition of The American Quarter Horse Journal, one of the industries most highly regarded equestrian magazines with a circulation exceeding 67,000.
The monthly publication goes to... - June 06, 2009
More than half of current teachers in Indiana and approximately half of all teachers nationwide are entering retirement age and creating a high number of open teaching positions. Professional development for teachers is the key to remaining competitive and creating sustainability in the field of education. - June 05, 2009
The field of criminal justice is growing exponentially. To keep up with the times and the demands of future workers, East Texas Baptist University has decided to offer a Criminal Justice online degree program to service those unable to attend traditional classes. The new online degree program is an important... - May 23, 2009
St. Andrews Presbyterian College sophomore Rob Jacobs won the national championship for the Novice Over Fences Class at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Nationals on April 23 in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
“I am so proud of this young man’s accomplishments,” said Peggy McElveen,... - May 06, 2009
“There’s only so much you can learn from a book,” said Brittany Parrish, a senior Forensic Science major at St. Andrews Presbyterian. For her and classmate John Coppolo, going beyond the classroom this semester meant participating in law enforcement internships in Scotland County. Parrish landed at the Laurinburg Police Department while Coppolo experienced the Scotland Sheriff’s Department. - May 06, 2009
Laurinburg, N.C. - Retired pastor and Maxton native Rev. James Hawley McKinnon Jr. has been named the speaker for the Baccalaureate Ceremony at St. Andrews Presbyterian College on May 8.
“I am grateful for the privilege of sharing in the Baccalaureate service,” McKinnon said.
Born in Maxton,... - April 11, 2009
DeTamble Library will kick off its annual National Library Week celebration on the campus of St. Andrews Presbyterian College on Tuesday with a variety of events designed to celebrate the theme, “Worlds connect @ your library.”
“Every day, libraries in big cities and small towns, colleges... - April 11, 2009
As a freshman one year ago, Rob Jacobs of St. Andrews Presbyterian College failed to qualify for any post-season competitions. This year, he has qualified for the national hunter seat finals in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association.
Last weekend, Jacobs competed at the IHSA Zone competition at... - April 10, 2009
St. Andrews Presbyterian College has named Dr. Philip Jenkins, author of The Next Christendom, the 2008-2009 E. Hervey Evans Distinguished Fellow for his years of scholarship in the areas of globalization and Christianity. In nearly 30 years at Pennsylvania State University, Jenkins has published more than 20 books and approximately 120 book chapters and referenced articles. - March 13, 2009
Three people who have contributed greatly to Scottish Heritage will be honored during the annual Scottish Heritage Awards Banquet hosted by St. Andrews Presbyterian College on Friday, March 20.
Dr. Philip D. Smith Jr. will receive the Scottish Heritage Center Service Award while Betty Holmes and Pinny... - March 06, 2009
Five guest speakers – all experts in their fields of Scottish history, music, and lore – will headline the 2009 Charles Bascombe Shaw Memorial Scottish Heritage Symposium hosted by St. Andrews Presbyterian College on March 20-22 in Laurinburg.
“Since its inception in 1989, the symposium... - March 01, 2009
St. Andrews Presbyterian College will welcome prospective students and their families to the first Admissions Open House of the year on Saturday, March 14.
Activity begins at 9 a.m. with registration and a brief meet-and-greet session with faculty members in the Morgan Jones Science Building. At 10... - March 01, 2009
Matthew Phelps, a former winner of the Alan Bunn Memorial Chapbook Award, will be the featured reader at the Fortner Writers’ Forum Thursday beginning at 8 p.m. in the Orange Main Lounge of St. Andrews Presbyterian College.
Raised in southwestern Connecticut, Phelps spent a year working as a historical... - February 25, 2009
Writing is a process and for Alan Bunn Memorial Chapbook winner Lisa Garber the publication of Crosswind is a baby-step in the direction of sharing a larger story.
“Crosswind is a fictional piece with a fervent desire at its heart to spread the truth,” said the senior creative writing major. - February 25, 2009
Many people look to science to explain the causal effects at work in our universe. But even science can not explain everything about our universe such as what are termed “dark matter” and “dark energy” – two expressions that describe matter and energy in the universe that... - February 21, 2009
On Sunday, St. Andrews Presbyterian College’s Western Equestrian Team captured its fourth consecutive regional championship – the regular-season title for western equestrians.
The championship qualifies St. Andrews for the Semi Finals in Kentucky on March 20-22. St. Andrews will compete... - February 19, 2009
Award-winning novelist, poet and short story writer Ted Wojtasik will be the featured reader at the Fortner Writers’ Forum Thursday beginning at 8 p.m. in the Orange Main Lounge of St. Andrews Presbyterian College.
“Ted Wojtasik is a breath of fresh air on the creative writing scene at St. - February 19, 2009
St. Andrews Presbyterian College presented the 29th Annual Sam Ragan Fine Arts Awards to four lifelong artistic contributors during an event Thursday evening. “We are in the big top and the cheers will echo from the roof in honor of our four distinguished recipients,” said St. Andrews President Paul Baldasare after reading a poem by Sam Ragan that referenced such an enthusiastic response. - February 17, 2009
“Back in the 1960’s, things were really different than today,” said Professor George Melton of student life at St. Andrews Presbyterian College. “I can remember for example when the men students could come and go as they wanted. But the women students were somewhat imprisoned. - February 17, 2009
Fourteen Equestrian Teams To Compete At St. Andrews Equestrian Center On Friday
Fourteen equestrian teams will enter riders in 36 classes in Friday’s Intercollegiate Horse Show Association hunter seat event hosted by St. Andrews Presbyterian College.
The one-day event will be held from 10 a.m. - February 07, 2009
Charleston Southern University is poised for even greater success with the impending expansion of its online campus. Currently, CSU offers an exceptional Bachelor of Management Arts degree program online through its evening college. In the Fall an online Masters of Nursing Education program is expected... - January 31, 2009