Ashland University Signs Agreement with Quantum Health

Ashland University Signs Agreement with Quantum Health
Dr. Carlos Campo, president of Ashland University, (front, left) and Shannon Skaggs, president of Quantum Health, sign a corporate partners agreement on Friday, while (back row, l-r) Stephanie Bull, AU Corporate Connections specialist; Dan Lawson, associate vice president of the AU Corporate Connections Program; Mallory Knight, public relations-social media specialist for Quantum Health; Kathy Johnson, director of Clinical Operations for Quantum Health; and Nissa Towler, clinical operations manager for Quantum Health, look on.

8/31/18 ASHLAND, Ohio – Ashland University President Dr. Carlos Campo on Friday signed a corporate partners agreement with officials from Columbus-based Quantum Health, one of the fastest growing companies in the United States.

Quantum Health is the 29th business or organization that has signed a corporate partner agreement with Ashland University within the past several years.

Shannon Skaggs, president of Quantum Health, and a 2004 alumnus of Ashland University, says, “I am very excited about the partnership between Ashland and Quantum Health. As a company, we believe in the value of access to higher education and how it can expand opportunities for our employees and their family members.”

Dr. Campo said the corporate partners program offers employees of for-profit and non-profit organizations the opportunity to access Ashland’s degree programs at discounted rates. “Corporate partner employees, spouses and dependents are eligible to receive the Corporate Partners Tuition Scholarship, giving greater access to our nationally ranked and fully accredited degree programs,” he said.

The corporate partner agreement with Quantum Health calls for: 

• A $1,000 scholarship per academic year (not to exceed $500 per semester) for qualified Quantum Health employees, their spouses and dependent children while pursuing an undergraduate degree. This scholarship is in addition to all other financial aid.

 • A 10 percent tuition discount for qualified Quantum Health employees, their spouses and dependent children in the form of a scholarship on any undergraduate course when not billed the full-time comprehensive rate for undergraduate tuition and a 10 percent tuition discount for Quantum Health employees, their spouses and dependent children for any graduate course.

• A discounted rate of $215 for nurses seeking to complete the RN to BSN program. The above-mentioned scholarships do not apply to this special corporate partner discounted rate for the RN to BSN program.

“The program is tailored to allow Ashland University to enhance employees’ performance and their success in the workplace by providing career advancement skills and valuable training opportunities,” Campo said. “In addition, it ensures that Ashland University stays connected to the business entities and helps fuel our local and regional economy.” 

The Corporate Connections program also is designed to foster strategic ties between the university and businesses and organizations at the state, national and international level. He said the university has developed a “wall of fame,” which displays each of the organizations partnering with AU in the Corporate Connections program. 

Businesses and organizations interested in learning more about the Corporate Partners program can call 419.207.6745 or email


Quantum Health is an award-winning consumer healthcare navigation and care coordination company that delivers an unparalleled consumer experience based on empathy and trust, enabling employers to achieve industry-leading satisfaction rates and independently validated claim savings. Launched in 1999, Quantum Health’s model is based on years of consumer research and the insights learned from guiding millions of consumers and their providers through their healthcare journey. Based in Columbus, Ohio, Quantum Health has earned numerous awards and honors, including being named a Fastest-Growing Privately Held Company for the past nine years by Inc. 5000; one of the 50 Fastest-Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies for the past four years by the Women Presidents’ Organization; a Best Place to Work for the past 11 years by Columbus Business First; and a Great Place to Work ® Best Small & Medium Workplaces by FORTUNE Magazine and Entrepreneur Magazine. Learn more at, and connect with us on Twitter (@QuantumHealth1), and LinkedIn (Company: Quantum Health). ). Media contact: Renea Lewis phone: 800-257-2038 X12677 email:


Ashland University, ranked in the top tier of colleges and universities in U.S. News and World Report’s National Universities category for 2018, is a mid-sized, comprehensive private university conveniently located a short distance from Akron, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. Religiously affiliated with the Brethren Church, Ashland University ( deeply values the individual student and offers a unique educational experience that combines the challenge of strong, applied academic programs with a faculty and staff who build nurturing relationships with their students. ###