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Wellspring acquires Quad Learning

Student recruiter Wellspring International has acquired Quad Learning in a bid to expand, with company bosses emphasising the opportunities that Quad Learning’s American Success community college partnerships offer.

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Existing investors will continue to support the newly merged company, according to Quad Learning CEO, LeRoy Pingho

Wellspring, which recruits students from 35 countries to over 200 education facilities in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, will add The Community Colleges of Spokane and The Community Colleges of Philadelphia to its offerings.

“Quad Learning, from the time it was founded, has provided students with an impressive set of services”

The schools have been part of Quad Learning’s Community College program, and the University of Arizona, Manhattan College, and Loyola University New Orleans will be available for four-year courses.

“Quad Learning, from the time it was founded, has provided students with an impressive set of services – enabling them, their parents, and the Colleges and Universities that they attend to ensure that best possible outcomes for all,”  Greg Shrader, CEO of Wellspring International, said.

Quad Learning’s existing investors will continue their support, according to LeRoy Pingho, the company’s CEO.

“Our belief in the combination of Quad Learning with Wellspring is further underlined by the fact that our existing investors continue to support the newly merged company,” he noted.

Pingho added that being part of Wellspring International will help continue the “vision of being a global leader” in enabling students to be the best they can. Colleges and universities will have access to the widest and best group of students to recruit, he concluded.

Earlier in 2018, Quad Learning raised a round of financing in order to facilitate what its CEO described as a ‘pivot’ in focus towards student recruitment, regardless of a dip in international enrolments.

The newly combined teams will work together immediately in order to provide a seamless transition to the students and institutions that they serve.

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