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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.

Public Institution Course Sharing Consortium

Public

HBCU-MSI Course-sharing Consortium

HBCU / MSI

Appalachian College Association

Private

Association of Biblical Higher Education

Faith-Based, Private

The Association of Colleges of Sisters of St. Joseph

Faith-Based, Private

Christian Higher Education Canada

Faith-Based, Private

Complete College America

Private, Public

Consortium of Adventist Higher Education Online

Faith-Based, Private

Council for Christian Colleges and Universities

Faith-Based, Private

The Council of Independent Colleges

Private

Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas

Public

Kansas Independent College Association

Private

The League for Innovation in the Community College

Public

New American Colleges & Universities

Private

Yes We Must Coalition: The Wheel Consortium

Private

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.

-Mary Ann Coughlin
Senior Associate Vice President
Academic Affairs, Springfield College

By leveraging existing, high-quality courses, we can enact overdue changes that take a student-centered approach to completion.

-Dr. Yolanda Watson Spiva
Complete College America
President

This new consortium will help community colleges better meet learners’ needs by arranging student access to courses that are unavailable at their home institutions.

-Cynthia Wilson
The League for Innovation
Learning and Chief Impact Officer

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