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ASWA, university partnership provides education discounts to members

January 6, 2012

The American Society of Women Accountants has partnered with Herzing University in an alliance that will provide ASWA member students and professionals with educational content and discounts on resources.

“The American Society of Women Accountants is pleased to partner with Herzing University – a woman-owned enterprise – to provide educational resources to members pursuing their degrees in accounting and finance, as well as professional development and continuing education opportunities,” said Monika Miles ASWA’s national president, in a statement. “Providing access to Herzing University’s educational resources is a valuable benefit that helps ASWA members advance their careers.”

Through this partnership, Herzing University will waive the enrollment fee and offer a 5 percent tuition-reduction scholarship to ASWA members. Further, ASWA members whose businesses and organizations participate in the Herzing Enterprise Learning Program will be given a 10 percent tuition-reduction scholarship.

“We are thrilled to be working with the American Society of Women Accountants and helping to advance the careers of female accounting professionals through our many degree and continuing education programs in accounting, finance and business,” stated Renée Herzing, president and an owner of Herzing University. “Our flexible learning options that enable students to attend classes on campus or online are especially attractive to busy professional women, and we believe they will appreciate the ability to continue their education from an associate degree to a master’s degree with a single higher education institution.”

Founded in Milwaukee, Wisc., Herzing University offers degrees in the fields of technology, business, healthcare, design and public safety via its 12 locations in eight states, three continuing education divisions in three states and Herzing University Online.


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