MUST University attended the Annual meeting of the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges (FAPSC) held at the Turnberry J.W. Marriott in Aventura, Florida.

FAPSC hosts an annual conference each year which provides administrators and owners the opportunity to share their expertise, network with colleagues, earn 8 CEUs per CIE regulations, recognize excellence through FAPSC awards programs, and seek innovative as well as tried-and-true goods and services from providers in the Exhibit Hall.

During the event, Ms. Nancy Rodriguez, alongside six other education sector leaders, was inducted into the FAPSC Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame honors individuals who have made a significant contribution to the private postsecondary schools and colleges sector in Florida.

Ms. Gonzalez expressed her appreciation for the recognition: “I have had the pleasure of being involved with this organization for the last 30 years and have met many inspiring pioneers and trailblazers who have worked hard to create educational choice and mentor the next generation of education leaders.”

She also noted that “the challenges that face higher education today will only be resolved by ensuring each student has access to multiple types of educational institutions,” Rodriguez added. “I believe in life-long learning. We no longer live in a society where we can pretend education is a one-size-fits-all solution. I will continue to join the FAPSC organization in fighting for equitable regulations, legislation that allows transparency for all students, and full disclosures on outcomes across the board. For students to be fully protected and have access to educational opportunities, we must ensure they have comparable data from every institution of higher learning.”

We congratulate all leaders recognized for their dedication and achievements and thank FAPSC for their continued support to the industry.

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