In November 2016, Eastern Michigan University entered into a Master Service Agreement with Academic Partnerships. According to the contract, which has an effective date of 09/01/2016, AP will act as the marketing arm for EMU’s online degree programs. Payment to AP is made in the form of revenue sharing: 50% of revenue derived from students who enroll in specific online programs over the next five years will go to AP (47% in the case of EMU’s RN-BSN program). Online program management providers are not a new phenomenon in higher education, nor are online only programs (EMU had 19 fully online programs prior to this agreement). This contract, however, has raised many questions across the campus community. What is Academic Partnerships? How did EMU come to the decision to enter into this contract? Why are the faculty unions now publicly expressing concerns over this contract? What happens next?