Keypath Education, St. Bonaventure University Partner to Expand Online Graduate Programs

02/22/16   |  
Hannah Lemon

As competition increases for quality students, it’s more important than ever for universities to showcase their distinctions. Keypath Education, a full-service enrollment partner that specializes in online program management for higher education institutions worldwide, and St. Bonaventure University (SBU), a private university in western New York, are joining forces to expand the school’s online graduate programs.

“We are delighted to be in this partnership with Keypath, as it is a proven educational services company with a record of success and credibility,” said SBU President Sister Margaret Carney, O.S.F. “Keypath’s marketing expertise and success in online program management will provide the support we need to build a strong online presence commensurate with the university’s reputation for excellence, individualized attention and extraordinary outcomes.”

Located in Olean, New York, SBU is a Catholic university dedicated to educational excellence in the Franciscan tradition of valuing human relationships, individual dignity, community inclusiveness and service to others. U.S. News & World Report ranked the university No. 24 among regional universities and No. 5 in its 2016 list of Best Value Schools (North) – earning it one of the highest rankings of any regional college in New York.

SBU will be working with Keypath to launch an online AACSB-accredited Master of Business Administration program to start in fall 2016 and expand enrollment in its online Master of Arts in Strategic Leadership and Master of Arts in Integrated Marketing Communications programs.

“With its steady focus on career outcomes – ensuring students find employment within their degree programs after graduation – and its rich history and tradition of overall excellence, St. Bonaventure is positioned for continued success,” said Keypath Education CEO Steve Fireng. “We are looking forward to serving SBU’s prospective and current students, graduates and faculty.”

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