Madison College President Jack Daniels has been appointed to the National Student Clearinghouse Board.
For more than 28 years, the National Student Clearinghouse has provided data and analysis for nearly 3,600 colleges and universities, the U.S. government and the public at large, according to a press release from Madison College, and through its verification, electronic exchange and reporting services, the Clearinghouse saves the education community more than $750 million each year.
“I am honored to be selected as a Board member to the National Student Clearinghouse,” said Daniels in a statement. “The Clearinghouse provides a great service to education institutions in providing accurate data that is essential in enrollment and program planning as institutions push the completion agenda at their respective colleges and universities.”
The Clearinghouse is governed by a board of directors comprised of a cross-section of the constituencies that it serves, including representatives from educational institutions, educational associations, and the education finance industry.