HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium

The Southern Regional Education Board has partnered with Acadeum to enable HBCUs and MSIs to share online courses for new pathways to college completion.

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HBCUs and MSIs Collaborate to Share Online Courses for New Pathways to College Completion

Students attending historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions can take a wider variety of courses — and stay on track to graduate — through an innovative new partnership. The Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) has launched the HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium, a collaboration designed to help HBCUs and MSIs enable students to stay on their pathway to on-time graduation. 

Webinar: How HBCUs are Collaborating to Boost Retention and Success

More than 26 HBCU’s have recently joined forces to share online courses to boost retention, expand their course catalogs, increase program offerings, and add additional intersessions and terms. By working together, HBCUs can achieve more as a critical sector of higher education, and ensure more students succeed.

Join leaders from Benedict College, The Southern Regional Education Board, other HBCU institutions, and Acadeum from Tuesday, June 28th at 1:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM PT to learn how through course sharing, HBCUs can:

  • Increase equity and access to rich coursework
  • Support students through credit recovery
  • Increase access to diverse faculty and campus culture
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Could ‘Course Sharing’ Help HBCUs and Other Minority-Serving Colleges Graduate More Students?

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Seven colleges and universities with predominantly Black enrollments are betting that “course sharing” will help more of their students graduate on time.

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Joining Forces to Share Courses 

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Seven historically Black colleges and minority-serving institutions are joining forces to make more of their courses available to students who do not have access to them at their own colleges.

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Southern Regional Education Board Launches HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium

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To help students across the degree finish line, the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) has announced an online course-sharing consortium for several public and private HBCUs as well as other minority-serving institutions (MSIs) in five Southern states.

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Roslyn Clark Artis

“Enabling students to access courses from other HBCUs and MSIs, while providing the support and resources of these richly diverse institutions, is the next step in a collective effort to realize the full promise of HBCUs and MSIs as critical sectors in America’s higher education ecosystem.”

Roslyn Clark Artis

President, Benedict College

Learn How Course Sharing Benefits HBCU and MSI Institutions

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.

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Steven Bloomberg

“This initiative is about helping support learners along their journey to and through college with the resources of the HBCU-MSI community. Course sharing is a terrific innovation that expands the options for learning and ensures expanded course access in a way that works for each and every learner.”

Steven Bloomberg

President, Southeast Arkansas College

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Why 7 College are Turning to Course Sharing to Better Serve Students 

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The Southern Regional Education Board launched a new HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium powered by Acadeum that will give students at seven colleges and universities the opportunity to continue their studies unimpeded as they work toward graduating on time

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HBCUs and MSIs Collaborate to Share Online Courses for New Pathways to College Completion

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Students attending historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions can take a wider variety of courses — and stay on track to graduate — through an innovative new partnership

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Course-Sharing Agreement Aims to Help More HBCU Students Graduate On Time

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Students at some Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions may soon have an easier path to graduation thanks to a new course-sharing program from the Southern Regional Education Board

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How Benedict College Built Course Sharing Into the Student Experience

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Students at HBCU institutions like Benedict College have access to additional courses through a course sharing partnership with Acadeum.

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What HBCUs Mean to Me

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Hear Edward Spears, Senior Director of Account Management and HBCU lead at Acadeum, discuss his educational journey as an HBCU graduate, and how course sharing can help students everywhere on their path to success.

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Stephen L. Pruitt

“When course sharing helps a student get the class she needs for graduation or broadens her study with a class from a different college, that’s a win for all of us.”

Stephen L. Pruitt

President, Southern Regional Education Board

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