Small School Mentoring Workshops

(Early Registration: $45-$49  / Late Registration: $55-$59)

December 9, 2021
Dealing with Destructive Behavior on Campus

Featuring Bruce Cannon, President Emeritus Yellowstone Christian College

As destructive behavior escalates in society, it is becoming more common on Christian campuses, too. Get equipped to identify and peacefully handle destructive behavior by board members, administrators, faculty, and students.

By the end of the workshop, you will be equipped to . . .

  • spot personality traits that can lead to conflict and destructive behavior,
  • respond to those above you who display destructive behavior,
  • respond to colleagues around you who display destructive behavior,
  • respond to students who display destructive behavior,
  • understand general principles of biblical conflict management, and
  • engage in questions and answer dialogue(if time permits).

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January 12, 2022
Are You Ready to Start Marketing Your School?

Featuring Shari Gannon, CEO & Creative Brand Architect at Krave Branding

Every school has a story. Every story needs to be told. So, what’s your story? What makes your school unique from all the others? Do you have a niche? Every school or business needs to have a brand foundation developed before they can truly market their idea. In this workshop, we will review your current brand and existing marketing materials and determine if you are ready to market your school. After the review, we will identify the foundational pieces that you still need to successfully market yourself and capture the results you want.

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February 9, 2022
Title IV Financial Aid:  How to Apply for and Begin Offering It

Featuring Sally Samuels, Director of Compliance at FAME, Inc.

How do we provide students with college funding in today’s economy? By accessing federal money and additional funding sources. In this workshop, you will discover . . .

  • The advantages of offering Title IV funds
  • How to prepare to meet eligibility requirements for Title IV funding
  • The process of applying for Title IV
  • The importance of accreditation

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March 9, 2022
Using Marketing to Attract THE RIGHT Students to Your School

Featuring Shari Gannon, CEO & Creative Brand Architect at Krave Branding

Before you started your school, you may have noticed something missing from the other schools in your area or felt your methods would be better or more effective in educating students that would make them more successful after graduation. You dreamt of what classes you were going to offer, how you were going to run them, who you were going to serve and a multitude of other ideas that gave you a good reason to open a school in the first place.

In the early stages of any school, the common goal is to get as many students enrolled for classes as possible, no matter who they are. But, let’s face it, NOT EVERYONE is a good fit for your school and THAT’S OKAY. 

In this workshop, we will determine who your ideal target market is based on your niche and discuss marketing strategies that will attract the right students.

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Free Consultation List

One free consultation per topic of your choice. One free consultation per month.

Accreditation, etc.

  • How to Achieve Accreditation, Timelines, Costs, Procedures…
  • Self-study
  • Assessment

Marketing, Fundraising & Recruiting Students

  • First Steps to Marketing Your School on a Budget
  • Identifying Your Best Marketing Niche for Growth
  • How to Market to Your Best Niche (e.g., Social Media, How to Select Content and Images, What to Put on and Leave off a Website)
  • Digital Marketing Strategies for Social Media, Search Engines, Email, Blogs…
  • Brief Review of Your Marketing Materials (e.g., website, social media, brochures)
  • How to Start an Alumni Association That Is Useful to a Small Christian College
  • Planning Academic Programs That Attract Students
  • Cultivating Major Donors
  • How to Do Donor-Driven, Major Gifts Fundraising

Federal Student Financial Aid
(Title IV)

  • How to Apply and Begin Offering Aid
  • Policies and Procedures Needed for Compliance
  • Minimum Program Lengths Requirements
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
  • Clery Act Requirements
  • How to Prepare for an Initial On-Site Visit
  • What to Look for When Hiring Financial Aid Officers

Mission, Purpose & Spiritual Issues

  • Strategies for Facilitating Spiritual Life on Campus
  • The Spiritually Accountable Colleges Assessment Project
  • Dealing With Mission Drift


  • How to Develop a Board That Is a Real Help to Your Small Christian School
  • The President's Relationships: Board, Staff, Faculty, Donors, Churches…
  • The President’s Role in Hospitality
  • Finding Resources for an Effective Presidency
  • Dealing With Destructive Behavior on Campus (e.g., from leadership, board members, team members, faculty…)


  • Recruiting, Retaining and Developing Faculty

Distance Education

  • Distance Education


  • Growing Your Library Without Spending Money (free online databases, materials, equipment, staff, etc.)


  • Budget Planning

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Our consortium of professionals offers consultations on anything your school needs: Major donor cultivation, Marketing, Distance Education,  Accreditation, and so very much more.