Kaplan University, which maintains its academic headquarters in Chicago, recently released its sixth annual academic report that focuses on how their services have helped transform the lives of students.
The 50-page document reports on both the educational experience Kaplan provides its students and the employment outcomes achieved and discusses the individual schools and programs offered. In addition, it includes various accomplishments of the school itself.
Kaplan University President Betty Vandenbosch said the annual report allows transparency that helps give an account of how the college helps "our students achieve their goals each and every day."
The university provides a path that incorporates a three-pronged strategy - focus on competency-based education that specializes on professional competencies, a journey that is efficient toward the completion of programs and a supportive environment for that learning process.