Acadeum powers more course sharing networks than anyone.
The future of higher education relies on collaboration. Course-sharing networks of all sizes offer institutions a low-risk way to boost student progress, reduce barriers to completion, and bolster institutional success.
HBCU-MSI Course-sharing ConsortiumHBCU / MSI
The HBCU-MSI Course-sharing Consortium is a partnership between SREB and Acadeum to provide a platform among the region’s historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions to increase equity and access to rich coursework, credit recovery, and diverse faculty and campus culture that may not be available to their students on their campuses or during the terms when the students need them. Learn More »
Appalachian College AssociationPrivate
The Appalachian College Association (ACA) is a non-profit consortium of 34 private four-year liberal arts institutions located in the central Appalachian Mountains in Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. ACA members collaborate through course sharing to support the unique needs of students and institutions in the Appalachian region. Learn More »
Association of Biblical Higher EducationFaith-Based, Private
The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) comprises a network of 150+ institutions of biblical higher education across the US and Canada. ABHE members partner with one another through course sharing to strengthen educational effectiveness and secure institutional resilience. Learn More »
The Association of Colleges of Sisters of St. JosephFaith-Based, Private
The Association of Colleges of Sisters of St. Joseph (ACSSJ) brings together nine member colleges and universities to further the educational mission and legacy of the Sisters of Saint Joseph. Through course sharing, the Association fosters collaboration among member institutions to support student progress, innovation, and institutional success. Learn More »
Christian Higher Education CanadaFaith-Based, Private
Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC) is a non-profit association of 32 fully accredited, degree-granting institutions. CHEC’s member institutions represent a broad spectrum of undergraduate and graduate Christian higher education within Canada. Through course sharing, CHEC members collaborate to support student progress and institutional success. Learn More »
Complete College AmericaPrivate, Public
Complete College America (CCA) is a national advocate for dramatically increasing college completion rates and closing institutional performance gaps. Through course sharing, states, systems, institutions, and CCA partners collaborate to improve student success, address equity gaps, and restore the promise of higher education. Learn More »
Consortium of Adventist Higher Education OnlineFaith-Based, Private
The Association of Adventist Colleges and Universities (AACU) brings together 13 colleges and universities to improve Adventist higher education. Through AACU’s course sharing consortium, CAREOnline, members share courses with like-minded institutions to improve student progress and institutional success. Learn More »
Council for Christian Colleges and UniversitiesFaith-Based, Private
The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) is a higher education association of 185+ Christian institutions around the world. Since 1976, the CCCU has served as the leading national voice of Christian higher education. Through course sharing, CCCU members collaborate with like-minded institutions to support student progress and institutional success. Learn More »
The Council of Independent CollegesPrivate
The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) is an association of nonprofit independent colleges and universities that has worked since 1956 to support college and university leadership; advance institutional excellence; and enhance public understanding of private higher education. Through the CIC Online Course Sharing Consortium, members can improve student progress while maintaining control of their own curriculum, and administrators can seamlessly transfer credits and financial aid. Learn More »
Digital Higher Education Consortium of TexasPublic
Since its founding as the Virtual College of Texas in 1998, DigiTex has facilitated inter-institutional course sharing across the state’s 50 public community college districts, with more than 50,000 students accessing courses needed for completion of credentials. Through course sharing, community colleges across Texas collaborate to keep students on track to completion. Learn More »
Kansas Independent College AssociationPrivate
Founded in 1976, The Kansas Independent College Association (KICA) brings together 20 independent, non-profit colleges and universities across Kansas. KICA member institutions use the KICACourse Sharing Consortium to support student progress, curricular innovation, and institutional success. Learn More »
The League for Innovation in the Community CollegePublic
The League for Innovation in the Community College is an international nonprofit organization with a mission to cultivate innovation in the community college environment. The League seeks to introduce and sustain transformational innovations that increase student success and institutional excellence. The League's Online Course Sharing Consortium enables Board and Alliance institutions to seamlessly share online courses to support students and solve institutional challenges. Learn More »
New American Colleges & UniversitiesPrivate
In 1995, the New American Colleges and Universities (NACU) was founded as a collaborative network of institutions that purposefully integrate liberal arts, professional programs, and civic engagement. As a catalyst for collaborations that improve academic and business performance, NACU helps campus leaders make the right decisions with foresight and confidence. Member institutions use course sharing to support student progress, academic innovation, and institutional success. Learn More »
Yes We Must Coalition: The Wheel ConsortiumPrivate
The Yes We Must Coalition strives to increase degree attainment of students from low-income backgrounds by promoting the work of independent, not-for-profit institutions where undergraduate enrollment of Pell-eligible students is 50% or more. The Wheel Online Consortium brings online courses and additional resources to member institutions who share similar students, challenges, and goals for improving outcomes. Learn More »
The CIC Online Course Sharing Consortium has been very beneficial to our student success initiatives at Springfield College. It was a win-win as we were able to improve student outcomes and generate new revenue for the institution.
By leveraging existing, high-quality courses, we can enact overdue changes that take a student-centered approach to completion.
This new consortium will help community colleges better meet learners’ needs by arranging student access to courses that are unavailable at their home institutions.
How can course sharing help you achieve your goals?