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Last minute retirements. Adjunct cancellations. Unstaffed sections. Rather than scrambling to find qualified instructors or canceling courses, Rize partner colleges use Flex Courses to protect graduation timelines and solve staffing headaches.
82% of students want some of their courses online.
That number can climb even higher for our college partners with a large number of student athletes, working students or non-traditional students.
These Rize partners use Flex Courses to quickly give their students the flexibility to choose the learning style and schedule they want.
When departments are under-staffed, asking your faculty to take on overload can feel like your only option.
Flex Courses are a way to provide more support and flexibility to your faculty, freeing them up to focus on the courses and programs that matter most to them.
Under-enrolled programs and courses can be expensive to maintain but are often critical to your students, alumni and mission.
Protect these important programs and courses against cancellation with a more affordable solution.
At its most basic, course sharing is an opportunity for students from one college to earn credits by taking courses at another college.
has been a part of college life for ages, in some cases as simple as walking from College A down the road to University B for a needed class. These arrangements generally relied on institutional agreements.
to course sharing for a much larger number of institutions, including those in rural areas where in-person sharing was impractical, but the level of quality and availability varied widely.
is designed specifically for the small college experience. The free-to-join Lower Cost Models Consortium (LCMC) was founded as a course sharing consortium seeking consistently high-quality, affordable, and centrally managed courses. Rize is the technology platform that powers the LCMC.