Huntington Beach, CA, February 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Apollos University recently became the first DETC accredited university to join the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE). Apollos’ membership in NADOHE further demonstrates the university’s commitment to embrace Diversity & Inclusion on a local and national scale. Mr. Jim Kyle, VP Diversity, was interviewed by NADOHE and when asked why Apollos joined NADOHE, stated, “We will continue our efforts to attract and retain highly skilled, yet diverse faculty, staff, and students. We will also continue to provide a learning environment that is transparent; recognized online leader of quality distance education; and an educational institution that fosters a collaborative and strong online environment that embraces diversity and inclusion.” Kyle continues to look for opportunities to embed diversity into Apollos’ culture while furthering the mission of providing education to qualified students worldwide.
Apollos University aims to provide creative leadership to enable its institutions to become more diverse and inclusive in our workforces, learning environments, degree programs, student services and academic partnerships. Kyle stated, “Apollos University is committed to the values of cultural diversity and equality within All aspects of providing Accessible, Attainable and Affordable education. These organizational values are key to our success and in achieving academic excellence, technological innovation and a welcoming environment that allows faculty, staff, students and leadership to contribute their very best. In support of Apollos’ shared values and diversity and inclusion mission, we continue our efforts to move forward, as we expect and demand that each and every employee participate in fostering a workplace/university that serves all and that also respects the cultural needs of those we serve.”
About Apollos University:
Apollos University is a global online school located in Huntington Beach, California that serves students in several countries including the United States, Vietnam, Turkey, Nigeria, India, and Africa. In January, 2012, the university’s graduate programs were accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC). Apollos University maintains its mission of ensuring that students can reach their dreams to advance their education regardless of their financial situation. Degrees from Apollos University are Accredited, Affordable, Accessible, and Attainable. The leaders of the university take great pride in creating the best student experience through diverse, value-added programs. For more information, visit apollosuniversity.edu.
About National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE):
The NADOHE strives to lead higher education toward inclusive excellence. The organization serves as the preeminent voice for diversity officers in higher education by supporting the collective efforts to lead institutions toward the attainment of the following goals: Produce and disseminate empirical evidence through research to inform diversity initiatives; Identify and circulate exemplary practices; Provide professional development for current and aspiring diversity officers; Inform and influence national and local policies; and Create and foster networking opportunities.