HBCU-MSI Course Sharing Consortium

Overview

SREB HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium

The SREB HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium is an innovative collaboration that connects students in historically Black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions with a wider variety of online courses.

Designed to help more students graduate on time, the course-sharing consortium emerged from the SREB HBCU-MSI Collaborative, which fosters partnerships to increase capacity and improve student success in like-minded institutions.

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Members
HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium

*Albany State University, Albany, Georgia

Allen University, Columbia, South Carolina

Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas

*Benedict College, Columbia, South Carolina

Cheyney University, Cheyney, Pennsylvania

*Clinton College, Rock Hill, South Carolina

*Dillard University, New Orleans, Louisiana

*Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, Georgia

*Langston University, Langston, Oklahoma

*Miles College, Fairfield, Alabama

*Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia

*Southeast Arkansas College, Pine Bluff, Arkansas

Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

*Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas

*Inaugural participating institutions

News SREB News Release

SREB HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium to Expand Range of Options for Students

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 today announced its HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium, a collaboration designed to help HBCUs and MSIs enable students to stay on the path to on-time graduation.