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Our Story

Learning House was founded in 2001 by a University of Louisville professor who saw possibilities for students and colleges in online education. Many years later, Learning House partners with more than 100 colleges and universities to offer more than 250 online degree programs. We are experts in creating, managing and growing online degree programs. Our comprehensive array of eight services allows you to tap into our expertise when and where you need it.
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Our People

Learning House staff members dedicate themselves to the success of its partners’ online programs. Everyone, from the executive team down, contributes to decision making necessary for success. Our leadership team has extensive experience in higher education in both non-profit and for-profit schools. With this expertise Learning House is able to analyze the unique challenges each of our partner schools face and provide logical, sound recommendations.
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What We Do

What Partners Say

“Learning House significantly invested both fiscal and personnel resources into our campus, and the entire team puts 110% effort into our success. Learning House didn’t come in with a cookie-cutter approach; instead, they thought about what our institution needed and then delivered.”
Eric E. LaMott, Ph.D., Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Concordia University, St. Paul, Minn.
“Learning House brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. We have gained additional insight and knowledge about best practices concerning our approach to online education. This talented team works well with our staff to ensure that the student recruitment process is seamless.”
Micah R. Crews, Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management for GPS and Online Programs, King University, Bristol, Tenn.
“The best part of our relationship with Learning House is the collaboration. We can chart our destiny but we have plenty of scaffolding and support to get where we need to go. It really makes creating a class a fun and exciting experience.”
Diane S. Brown, Ph.D., Director, Master in the Art of Teaching Academic Program, Marygrove College, Detroit, Mich.
“The customer service offered by Learning House is fantastic and this allows us to offer great service to our students and faculty. What makes Learning House truly special is their people, and their understanding that when their clients are successful, they are successful.”
Fred L. Miller, Jr., Director of the Center for Distance Education, Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, Ky.
“Learning House significantly invested both fiscal and personnel resources into our campus, and the entire team cutter approach; instead, they thought about what our institution needed and then delivered.”
Dennis Haskins, Vice President for Planning and Effectiveness, Martin Methodist College, Pulaski, Tenn.