Joel Schlessinger MD supports higher education with a donation to Bellevue UniversityPosted by in Community
Joel Schlessinger MD recently made a donation in support of Bellevue University, a nationally recognized university in Bellevue, Nebraska. Dr. Joel Schlessinger continues to support higher education and strives to help provide institutions with the resources they need.
Joel Schlessinger MD supports Bellevue University as it strives to encourage studies to obtain education and skills that will help them strive in a competitive environment. With core values of integrity, trust, respect and teamwork, this institution is committed to helping develop responsible citizens of the world.
Bellevue University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCACS), a group that is dedicated to developing high standards in colleges and universities. By maintaining the standards set by the NCACS, Bellevue University ensures that its students receive the highest quality education possible to help them achieve their goals.
Several university programs have received recognition from the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). Through a process of reviews and evaluations, business programs such as Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, and Marketing have been accredited by the IACBE. This process guarantees that these programs maintain high standards and continuously develop new ways to teach students.
Bellevue University is also dedicated to providing an education to every type of student. The university offers credit for military service members and assistance programs dedicated to helping veterans and current service members. Bellevue University also offers online classes and accelerated programs to help working adults and parents earn an education.
To learn more about the university or to join Joel Schlessinger MD in donating to the college, visit the Bellevue University website.
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