DALLAS, October 11, 2017 – Academic Partnerships (AP) today announced the appointment of Earl Frischkorn to Senior Vice President, Student Success Center. In this role, he will lead the Enrollment and Retention Services teams that support students on behalf of AP university partners.
"I am pleased to welcome Earl to the senior leadership team of Academic Partnerships. His strong track record of driving student recruitment and program completion as well as his deep experience leading teams in a collaborative manner made him the ideal candidate for this role," said Carl Sparks, CEO of Academic Partnerships.
Prior to joining AP, Earl spent 12 years in various leadership roles with DeVry Education Group, most recently as its Vice President of Operations and Business Services. During his tenure he led large student service centers and directed the operations of Integrated Education Solutions, a start-up within DeVry, which provided online program management services to partnering institutions. Earl's past roles also include leading customer service, quality and supply chain functions for, among others, A.B. Dick Company and Dow Chemical Company. Earl holds a Master of Science in Industrial Relations and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Loyola University in Chicago.
"I am happy to be joining Academic Partnerships, an organization whose sole purpose is to make higher education more accessible and affordable for non-traditional students." said Earl. "I look forward to working with my new team to positively impact the lives of the students we serve."
About Academic Partnerships
Academic Partnerships is a leading online service provider for higher education globally. The company assists universities in converting their on-campus degree programs into an online format, recruits qualified students for those programs, and supports enrolled students through graduation. Serving public and private not-for-profit universities in the United States and top international institutions, Academic Partnerships is guided by the principle that the opportunities presented through technology-aided learning make higher education more accessible and achievable.