Dr. Beth A. Coyle joined Learning House with more than 30 years of higher education experience focusing on academic, administrative, operational, and auxiliary enterprises in both the public and private sectors. Beth has led academic and administrative teams at public and private universities, and has served in consulting roles for a variety of businesses and nonprofit organizations.
Beth has extensive experience designing curricula for both online and onsite modalities. She has taught online classes at both the doctoral and undergraduate levels; has developed and facilitated online faculty training; and created comprehensive online student orientation programs. Beth specializes in helping adult, first generation, and new learners adjust to the challenges of online learning to successfully achieve their educational pursuits. She has served as a Quality Matters Peer Reviewer and was the recipient of the Quality Matters “Making a Difference for Students” award.
Prior to joining Learning House, she served as Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs where she led the online learning programs, served as Accreditation Liaison Officer, and chaired the Middle States self-study team.
Beth received her bachelor’s degree at The College of New Jersey, and earned a master’s degree with distinction from Rider University. She was the recipient of a graduate fellowship from Nova Southeastern University’s Programs for Higher Education where she earned a doctoral degree.