APSCU offers money-saving affinity programs that are designed to provide an important service to members and to help you reduce the cost of doing business as a career college administrator. Please consider the following programs and talk to the experts APSCU is working with the help strengthen your bottom line.

Cobbs Allen logoAPSCU D&O/E&O Program

APSCU has teamed with Chartis Insurance Company and Cobbs Allen to offer an insurance program that protects against traditional risks, most of which are excluded by the major insurance carriers. This program is exclusive to APSCU and Cobbs Allen and includes explicit coverage unavailable from other carriers, including coverage for the return of tuition and fees, breach of a student contract, and coverage for deceptive trade practices. The APSCU/CA insurance program also gives institutions the right to use certain prominent law firms with expertise in the PSCU sector. In addition, Cobbs Allen has negotiated steep discounts through Travelers Insurance Company for traditional property and casualty and workers' compensation coverage. For more information download a copy of the brochure and contact Bruce Denson at Cobbs, Allen & Hall, 205-874-1212, or visit the broker's website at www.cobbsallen.com.

Student HealthAPSCU Student Health Plan

APSCU has partnered with United Healthcare and Cobbs Allen to create StudentHealth, an affordable health insurance plan for APSCU students. Each college may customize its plan based on the needs of its students. Offering an alternative health insurance plan is often a piece to the puzzle that enables students to attend school. The StudentHealth plan is a way to attract and retain potential students who otherwise would not have the option of returning to school. For more information, contact Bo Hartsfield at 205-874-1285.

Career FitAPSCU Health Insurance Plan

APSCU has partnered with UnitedHealthcare and Cobbs Allen to create CareerFit, a discounted health insurance plan for APSCU members. The plan's components include major medical, prescription drug, dental, and vision benefits. The plan is designed to encourage healthy choices and behavior with a focus on prevention. The plan is  only open to APSCU members and includes a discount available only through APSCU. For more information, contact Bruce Denson at 205-874-1212.

Career ProAPSCU Employee Benefits Plan

APSCU has partnered with Hartford Insurance Company and Cobbs Allen to create CareerPro, a discounted employee benefits program for APSCU members. CareerPro contains the essential elements that are a part of every good benefits program. The components include basic life, voluntary life, long-term and short-term disability, and a voluntary plan for employee personal lines of insurance. These plans have flexible designs able to meet each employers needs, while providing employees the means to protect their families' financial future. For more information, contact Bo Hartsfield at 205-874-1285.

Max-KnowledgeOnline Training and Continuing Education

In partnership with MaxKnowledge, APSCU offers a wide variety of online continuing education courses for employees of private sector colleges and universities. MaxKnowledge is the leading provider of online employee training solutions for career education institutions. From faculty development to management and staff training, MaxKnowledge has become the continuing education hub for college and university personnel. Thousands of institutions use MaxKnowledge to meet the professional development needs of their academic and administrative staff. Operational training areas include admissions, career services, financial aid and compliance.

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APSCU members receive discounts on every purchase. If you do not have your APSCU Member VIP Discount Code, please e-mail info@apscutraining.org.


800k graduates

PSCUs open doors to many of the 9.1 million unemployed and 90 million undereducated Americans by providing a skills-based education. To remain competitive over the next decade, we must identify between 8 and 23 million new workers with postsecondary skills.PSCUs are a necessary part of that solution, having produced over 800,000 degrees last year alone.