Study.com partners with Champlain College Online

By: | October 25, 2019
 Study.com and Champlain College Online are making earning a college degree even more affordable and flexible. Through a new partnership, students will be able to earn college credit using Study.com‘s online courses, and then transfer those completed course credits to Champlain College Online, a nationally recognized, regionally accredited not-for-profit institution. Students in this program will be able to put their credits toward award-winning, career-enhancing associate and bachelor’s degrees in in-demand fields such as cybersecurity, business, healthcare, and more.
With Champlain College Online confirming that Study.com student transcripts will be accepted in alignment with the Transfer Guide & Course Equivalency available for download on the Champlain partner page, the transfer process is set to be quick and convenient for those who take advantage of the program. Additionally, with Champlain accepting up to 90 transfer credits toward online bachelor’s programs, and up to 45 toward online associate degrees, adult students will have ample opportunity to apply credits from prior institutions, professional trainings, and military experience, and choose from among the vast portfolio of Study.com courses reviewed by Champlain for course equivalency.
“We’re really excited by the partnership with Champlain College Online. Developing relationships like this one are vital in ensuring that the key barrier to better job opportunities and financial security – a college degree – is within more people’s reach than ever before,” said Adrian Ridner, CEO and Co-founder of Study.com. “Working with Champlain College Online in this way means we are able to offer our platform as a self-study option to potential college students, drastically reducing costs and allowing people to achieve their educational goals from anywhere in the country.
Study.com‘s credit granting courses have been recommended for college credit by two leading organizations, the National College Credit Recommendation Service and the American Council on Education. Study.com‘s educational platform combines short, animated video lessons with a variety of convenient and effective study tools to help people build on their existing knowledge and learn new concepts quickly. Members enjoy benefits such as 1-1 personalized coaching, diagnostic practice tests that identify areas of strength and weakness, study suggestions, course tracking, flexible scheduling and a mobile app, allowing users to study whenever and wherever they want.
“Champlain College Online is thrilled to partner with Study.com to expand the range of options available to students interested in completing their degree with our institution. Our focus has always been and will continue to be upon delivering career-focused, academically sound options that afford adult learners  with time and cost-effective learning pathways. We see this partnership as a vital component of that focus.” said Gabriel Clevenger, Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management at Champlain College Online. “Additionally, we are excited to work with the team at Study.com to identify employers whose workforce would benefit from tailored pathways that leverage learning solutions from both Study.com and Champlain College Online. As the demand for agile and affordable learning solutions continues to increase, this strategy will strengthen employer relations and drive relevant learning aimed at impacting organizational success and employee development.”
To ensure the smooth running and efficacy of the partnership, the two organizations have arranged an ongoing training program for Champlain College Online’s advisors, as well as a thorough annual review of Study.com‘s courses. The training will be provided by a specialist from Study.com and will cover issues surrounding the credit transfer partnership, such as student support, progress reporting and expedited transcript delivery.
With the perpetual advancement of technology and the ever-shifting nature of economies, the partnership between Study.com and Champlain College Online enables more people to pursue the education they need to take advantage of new job opportunities. By developing this partnership, both Study.com and Champlain College Online further cement their role as leading education providers in the 21st century.
About Study.com 
Study.com is an online education platform that helps learners of all ages excel academically and close skills gaps. From test prep and homework help to earning low-cost college credit and developing workplace skills, Study.com’s online courses, short animated video lessons and study tools have made learning simple for over 30 million students, teachers and working professionals. Study.com was founded in 2002 and is a privately-held company located in Mountain View, Calif. Find us online at https://www.study.com or download the mobile app from the iOS app store or Google Play.
About Champlain College Online
At the forefront of one of the most innovative, regionally accredited, not-for-profit colleges in the nation, Champlain College Online prides itself on a long history of providing career-focused education to adult learners. One of the oldest online institutions in the United States, Champlain College Online was established in 1993 by Champlain College, a non-profit private college founded in 1878 and offering a campus undergraduate experience in Burlington, Vermont.
Today, Champlain College Online is consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a leader in online higher education and serves more than 3,000 students through more than 60 online undergraduate and graduate degree programs and certificates in high-growth fields like cybersecurity, healthcare administration and human resource management. Through the strategic alliance program known as truED, Champlain College Online has pioneered a bold reimagining of workforce development to create additional opportunities for adults to further their education in Champlain College’s award-winning online academic programs aligned to needs in government and industry. For more information, visit Champlain.edu/online.