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White Plains' College Of Westchester Provost Speaks About Distance Learning

Warren Rosenberg
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WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – As part of the APC Innovation Summit 2015, Warren Rosenberg, provost and vice president of academic affairs at the College of Westchester, participated in a panel about “Surviving in a Regulatory Environment.”

He was joined on the panel by Christopher Barto, vice president for finance and chief compliance officer at LIM College; Jeff Tredo, director of New York state campuses for Bryant & Stratton College; and Brad Card, a Washington, D.C.-based consultant.

Rosenberg spoke specifically on the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement, a nationwide initiative of states that will make distance education courses more accessible to students across state lines and make it easier for states to regulate and institutions to participate in interstate distance education.

“I had testified before the Regents in January along with representatives of SUNY, CUNY, and CICU informing the Regents about the importance of New York state joining a SARA. Two months later the Regents approved this, and in May and June both the New York state Senate and Assembly drafted legislation authorizing SARA,” said Rosenberg.

The APC Innovation Summit 2015 focused on presenting innovative ideas in the areas of regulatory affairs, student assessment and engagement, technology and social media.

The College of Westchester has been educating students in the tristate area for 100 years. Located in White Plains, CW is a bachelor degree-granting private college. For more information, call 914-831-0200 or visit

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