Coral Springs, Fl (PressExposure) October 22, 2009 -- Education Online Services Corporation (EOServe Corp.) and Barber-Scotia College announced today the execution of a Memorandum of Understanding detailing the specifics of a strategic educational partnership that will assist Barber-Scotia College with the development and expansion of online educational opportunities and programs.
"We have witnessed through our experience the immense positive impact of online programs for traditional institutions of higher learning and we know that this opportunity will enable Barber-Scotia College to develop and deploy a successful online degree program which will allow the institution to achieve and sustain financial independence." said Ezell Brown, Chairman, EOServe Corp.
âAs Barber-Scotia College continues to move towards institutional accreditation,we consistently deliver academic degree programs which both challenge the mind and provide practical skills for application in the career fields chosen by our students. The partnership between Barber-Scotia College and Education Online Services Corp. also expands availability both in online technology expertise and curriculum deployment and delivery. This partneship defines the critical fabric of a globally diverse society in which education can be supplied via innovative methods.â said Dr. David Olah, President of Barber-Scotia College.
âIn the past, Barber-Scotia College has had an outstanding legacy of academic excellence and being on the frontline of offering higher education opportunities. Today, with the assistance of Education Online Services Corporation, we intend to help Barber-Scotia College rebound with effective online degree programs that will generate students, revenue, academic achievement, and new generations of college graduates. Online higher education presents an innovative future for an increasing number of colleges and universities across America and throughout the world.â stated Dr. Benjamin Chavis, President, EOServe Corp.
About Barber-Scotia College Barber-Scotia College was founded as Scotia Seminary in January, 1867, by Reverend Luke Dorland who was commissioned by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to establish in the South an institution for the training of African-American women. Recognizing the unique and infinitely significant value of the individual, its our goal to provide an opportunity for all students to realize their capabilities. We will provide the opportunity through a liberal arts education in a community concerned with the interaction of cultures, Christian heritage, scholarship, citizenship, and leadership. The College continually seeks to provide an atmosphere and an environment in which learning will always be adventurous for the total community of scholars. For more information, visit: http://www.b-sc.edu