CCSSE Consortia

Consortia Join CCSSE’s 2019 Membership

(All Years)

Many colleges choose to participate in the Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) as members of a consortium. Consortia consist of three or more colleges in a multi-college district, system, or state, or of colleges with common interests and the willingness to share data. Members receive reports comparing their results to those of other colleges in the consortium and may elect to administer the same additional items for further comparison purposes.

More information about consortia can be found on the Membership Options page.

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System, Nebraska Community College System, Tennessee Community Colleges, and Wyoming Community Colleges have formed state-wide consortia for CCSSE 2019.

Additionally, colleges have formed state-based consortia in Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota.

This administration’s system-based, district-based, and multi-campus consortia are Alamo Colleges (TX), ASA College (NY), and the Tarrant County College System.

The remaining three CCSSE 2019 consortia are common-interest groups.

The Achieving the Dream Consortium includes 92 colleges from 27 states; all are part of a national initiative focused on improving success rates for community college students.

The Hispanic Student Success (HSS) Consortium is open to colleges designated as Hispanic-Serving Institutions and to members of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) organization. This year’s HSS Consortium includes 32 institutions across 8 states.

Eighteen Tribal Colleges are participating as part of the Tribal Student Success and Completion Project funded by the Ascendium Education Group. The project is designed to improve student success and completion by collecting and analyzing data and identifying priorities for improvement.

Center for Community College Student Engagement
—a Service and Research Initiative—
Program in Higher Education Leadership | Department of Educational Leadership and Policy  | College of Education
The University of Texas at Austin
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