From conducting market research to providing project management and online marketing expertise, JMH has proven to be an insightful, productive and loyal partner.Kate Shelton
Director of Continuing Education and Conferences
University of South Carolina In 2009, the University of South Carolina partnered with JMH Consulting to identify and launch a series of non-credit certificate programs. The four new certificates now add almost $750,000 annually to the department’s budget.Read our case study.
The quality of the program is high and aligns with the quality students expect from the JMU brand. We have worked with other program vendors and found that JMH consistently surpasses our expectations and past experiences.Jim Shaeffer
Associate Vice Provost at JMU
James Madison University JMU’s Outreach & Engagement partnered with JMH in 2012 to launch Paralegal and Six Sigma Certificates. By 2013, the two programs generated $175,000 additional gross revenue for JMU’s department. The programs now represent the most successful non-credit programs offered by JMU.Read our case study.
We have benefited from their [JMH's] programming and marketing expertise by serving a significant market segment in Houston and increasing our revenues.Mercedes Suraty-Clarke
Director of Continuing Studies, University of Houston
University of Houston The University of Houston Continuing Studies department and JMH collaborated to develop and launch a Six Sigma certificate. Within two years, UHCS was offering 5 cohorts annually – 4 Green Belts and 2 Black Belts. This program now ads more than $300,000 to the Continuing Studies’ budget each year!Read our case study.