College for America Partner Wins ‘Super School’ Grant

We’re proud to partner with RISE High & Da Vinci Schools in L.A. County as part of the XQ Super School Project! Congratulations to RISE on the newly announced $10 million XQ Institute grant award! Click below to learn about how College for America works with community-based organizations to deliver quality education around the country.

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Judy Schueler

Retired VP of HR & Organizational Development, University of Pennsylvania Health System

I know of no other degree in the country that really focuses on the right blocks of knowledge in practice management like College for America’s bachelor’s degree in healthcare management.

Scott Doggett

Head of Learning and Development, Holiday Inn Club Vacations

We’re able to get far more people on the path to a degree than what would have been possible through a traditional college program.

Lisa Guertin

President, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in New Hampshire

As an employer, I know that when an employee finishes a CfA degree, he or she will be able to demonstrate specific competencies that are applicable to the job. In terms of ROI—CfA is stronger than general college courses, so becoming a partner was a no-brainer for us.

Degree Programs

College for America degree programs are competency based, project based, and directly applicable in the workplace. Our curricula are engineered to meet labor market needs and are validated by employers nationwide.


Students of College for America receive full college credit at a much more affordable price than traditional degree programs. CfA graduates earn an Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern New Hampshire University—a fully accredited, nonprofit university founded in 1932. Degree programs cost only $3,000 a year, all-inclusive.

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In conversations about how to close skills gaps among their employees, learning and development leaders at large corporations may increasingly hear about the possibilities of competency-based education (or CBE).

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