Name of Institution: William Loveland College
Address: 441 E. 4th Street, Loveland, CO 80537
Year Founded: 1923 as College of Advanced Traffic & Transportation
Name Change: 1987 to Institute of Logistical Management
Distance Education Model Adopted: 1996
First Accredited: 2001
Name Change: William Loveland College 2014, with Institute of Logistical Management operating as a 'division' of the school given accreditation definitions.
Accreditation Expires: 2016 (DEAC)
Board of Directors: Patrick Spada, Ray Mooney, Glenn Wilson, Dr. Gary Gruber, William Doyle, Dean Tracy.
Executive Director: David E. Lady, DBA
Mission & Description
Institution Mission Statement: William Loveland College is a Colorado Not For Profit with administrative offices in Loveland Colorado, serving adult learners anywhere in the world by providing high quality low cost at-a-distance business oriented education programs.
Areas of Special Focus: Offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program.
Description of Institution: Link
Student Demographic Profile
Adult Males/Females already working as mid-level professionals in Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Industry. Females to Males reflect 55% to 45% of Students, average age 37 for Females, 40+ for Males. Students are striving to improve existing competencies and/or learn new competencies to enable Resume’ enhancement, add more value to current Employer and position themselves for advancement in current organization or elsewhere.
Graduate Degree, Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Average Program Tuition/Cost per credit hour: $100 per credit hour.
Average Completion/Graduation Rate for Students: NA
Percentage of students surveyed who responded that they:
Achieved their learning goals: 97%
Would recommend the institution to a friend: 100%
Were satisfied with their studies: 100%
Other Disclosures of Outcomes
Other indicators: Feedback from students indicates very positive experience in many of above topics, but not sufficient to quantify percentage wide at this time.