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ACE 2016 is the country’s premier higher education event, bringing together nearly 2,000 higher education leaders to network with one another and hear from College and University presidents discussing the most pressing issues of the day.
ACE is the nation’s most visible and influential higher education association. ACE represents the presidents of more than 1,700 member accredited, degree-granting institutions, which include two-and -four year colleges, private, and public universities, and nonprofit and for-profit entities. The organization collectively promotes, protects, and advocates for students, faculty, and administrators in higher education. ACE members represent almost 70% of all students in accredited, degree-granting institutions.
WTC Consulting, Inc. is a leader in fully integrated activity based consulting, rate and funding models, and rate implementation for information technology. Since 1983, WTC has helped many ACE members with the facts they need to make informed decisions for IT strategic planning and the annual budget process. The success of the WTC approach is based on four characteristics: Structure, Understanding, Simplicity, Experience.
To learn more about ACE and ACE 2016 visit www.aceannualmeeting.org.
Come see WTC Consulting in our home town of Los Angeles, California at the 94th annual American Council on Education (ACE) meeting and exposition at the JW Marriott, LA Live on March 10-13, 2012. This event, titled “Ahead of the Curve,” will address pressing issues for American higher education, such as:
- Ways innovation is changing and enhancing higher education
- Increasing access and attainment
- Reforming accreditation
- Engaging adult learners, who are central to achieving the 2020 goal
- Using internationalization as a strategic tool
- Building institutional capacity through enhanced leadership skills
ACE is the only higher education organization that represents presidents and chancellors of all types of U.S. accredited, degree-granting institutions. ACE represents the interests of more than 1,600 campus executives, as well as 200 leaders of higher education-related associations and organizations. Together, ACE member institutions serve 80 percent of today’s college students. In its role as the major coordinating body for all the nation’s higher education institutions, ACE provides leadership on key higher education issues and influences public policy through advocacy, research, and program initiatives.
For more information on the American Council on Education and this event, visit www.aceannualmeeting.org