Liberty makes magazine's list of ‘Models of Efficiency'
Liberty University is one of 11 colleges and universities nationwide to be recognized by University Business magazine’s ‘Models of Efficiency’ program, which honors campus administrative departments that have improved their service to students through streamlining business operations.
“Efficient business operations translate into better experiences for students and administrators alike, and the Models of Efficiency program aims to encourage schools to prioritize service,” said Tim Goral, editor-in-chief of University Business. “Liberty University stands out for developing two very effective solutions to separate and equally challenging situations.”
The magazine included articles and a photo on each office, highlighting Liberty’s explosive growth in admissions in the past few years and the effective means in which the university responded to this growth in the areas of financial aid and professional advisor support.
The Models of Efficiency program, launched in 2010, is sponsored by Higher One, a company focused on helping college business offices manage operations and provide enhanced service to students.
University Business is the leading publication for senior managers at colleges and universities throughout the United States. It reaches 46,000 leaders who manage offices such as enrollment, technology, facilities and academic affairs.