Learning House signs three new clients in third quarter

Three schools choose Learning House as their online education solutions partner.

Online PR News – 04-October-2010 – – The Learning House, Inc., an online education solutions partner, offers schools all the resources and knowledge to design and customize every aspect of effective online education programs. In the third quarter of 2010, Learning House signed three new partner schools, adding to the 16 partners signed earlier this year.

“We work with all types of colleges and universities to create online environments that are representative of our partners’ unique missions and beliefs,” said David T. Richardson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Learning House. “All three of our newest partners continue to diversify our portfolio of partner schools. We are pleased to welcome them.”

Joining the portfolio of partner schools in the third quarter are:
• Ayers College (http://ayers.edu/): a career college specializing in allied healthcare, located in Shreveport, Louisiana.
• Caldwell College (http://caldwell.edu/): one of the youngest Dominican colleges in the world, located in Caldwell, New Jersey.
• Johnson C. Smith University (http://www.jcsu.edu/): a historically African-American university in Charlotte, North Carolina.

About The Leaning House, Inc.
The Learning House, Inc. is a comprehensive online education solutions partner that helps colleges and universities develop effective and affordable ways to deliver online degree programs. Partnering with more than 80 colleges and universities in 28 states and Europe, Learning House has created a model that meets the needs of every school. Learning House provides a total online campus solution to each of its partners, including online course development and publishing, program marketing, infrastructure support, learning management system customization and hosting, faculty and staff training, 24/7 technology support, and consulting. For more information about Learning House, please visit www.LearningHouse.com. To find online courses or programs, please visit www.eLearnPortal.com.