Education is changing.

Will your institution be left behind?

InterLearn partners with your team to deliver growing, high-quality online programming.

Our services are tailored to your institution's distinctive perspective. We work with institutions of all varieties, with everything we do being ethically centered.

InterLearn helped us to set a budget, create job descriptions, hire and appoint staff, and provided a step by step plan for us to be successful. In less than six months we had our first cohort.

Michael Harrison, Former VPAA, Great Lakes Christian College

InterLearn brings a wealth of experience in helping institutions reach their adult student markets. Their work brings great returns in branding and generating new revenues.

Dr. John Fozard, President, Mid America Christian University

They not only helped us lay a good foundation for strategic planning, they left our staff and facutly with a renewed sense of excitement for our future.

J.W. Zechman, Former President, Penn View Bible Institute

We have been extremely pleased with InterLearn. They have provided courses, consultation, sage advice, and everything else we needed to successfully launch and build our degree programs.

Dr. Bill Korver, President, Carolina College of Biblical Studies

During the five years I served at Grace Christian University, I worked closely with Dr. Josh Fischer and InterLearn. We grew from 60 students to over 600, a 1000% increase in five years.

Dr. Mike Stowell, Former VP of Adult and Online Programs, Grace Christian University

We have been extremely blessed by our partnership with InterLearn. Not only have they helped us launch online programs, they have helped us with enrollment, accreditation visits, and financial aid.

Expanding your institution & impact isn't easy...

Increasingly, students expect the flexibility and freedom of online programs. They can be an important additional revenue stream for your institution.

Online programming, however, is difficult to implement and execute. Your team already works hard, and may not have the capacity to create and manage online courses.

The financial investment can be significant if creating custom material, yet using pre-made courses erodes the distinguishing attributes of your institution.

You already know the difference you're making in your students' lives. What could you achieve by reaching more pupils?

Imagine what a thriving online education program could do for your institution...

How many more lives could you impact, and what would it do for your capacity to grow and thrive as an organization?

You would be moving towards a bright future, with plenty of financial funding and resources for your team and students.

The differentiating qualities of your institution would be maintained through this growth, establishing you as a leader among institutions of your type.

The impact your team is already making in the world would be exponentially expanded, without them having to put in more work.

We partner with your team to deliver a growing, high-quality online program.

Our services are used by institutions of all types.

Instructional Design

Choose from our library of customizable programs or have a brand new program created.

Student Recruiting Services

Let us lead your recruiting area using field-tested methods to grow your programs.

Prior Learning Assessment

Help your adult students graduate more quickly by using our Prior Learning Assessment service.

Personnel Recruiting

Let us help you find the right team members to help you grow.

Financial Aid Support

We can help you with your financial aid through training, consulting, and outsourced support.

Accreditation Services

We can assist in initial accreditation, help you get through a substantive change, or somewhere in between for state, programmatic, international, national, and regional accreditors and governing bodies.

InterLearn's mission is to partner with institutions to grow their online programming.

Joshua T.Fischer, Ph.D.

Our core team has extensive experience in higher education, and we understand the importance and challenges of providing higher education in today’s world.

Together, we can create a kinder, more compassionate, and principled world for all.

Joshua and Victoria

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