Programs & Services
Study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college. Pay in-state tuition rates.
Note on First Professional Programs
USDE-designated “First Professional” degrees will be removed from ACM eligibility starting January 1, 2022. For more information, please contact your state ACM coordinator.
New publication alert: Now is the Time to Focus on Faculty Diversity
Increasing Faculty Diversity
More than one-third of America’s college students are people of color. But racial and ethnic minorities make up only small fractions of college faculty. Nationwide, about 5 percent of faculty are African-American, about 3 percent are Hispanic and about 1 percent are Native American. The SREB-State Doctoral Scholars Program is working to change that.
An interstate cooperative that strives to increase high school graduation rates, broaden access to education beyond high school, and boost postsecondary degree completion — particularly for those who would be the first in their families to enroll. Go Alliance research and services focus on college access policy as well as campaigns and programs to motivate and help students prepare for postsecondary education.
Effective January 4, 2021, SREB has transitioned the Go Alliance Academy to College Success Arizona. Please contact Shaylinn Aleman, CSA coordinator of membership services, for information.
Go Alliance Academy strives to increase the postsecondary success of all students by providing timely and relevant professional development to school counselors and by helping colleges of education transform the ways future counselors are trained.
SREB analysts monitor and report on states’ progress toward six Challenge to Lead 2020 Goals for education, which span early childhood through higher education and the workforce.
What policies have states adopted to help students reach college and career-readiness standards, and how are they implementing them?
Explore actions across 16 states, delve into a topic for a deeper understanding of policy and practice, or select a state report to learn what’s working where.
The latest reports distill state accountability plans, with a focus on how they address readiness.
SREB tracks and reports on actions on education issues by state lawmakers across the SREB region. Based on research and meetings with state leaders during their legislative sessions, issues of the Legislative Report detail recent governors’ proposals, bills and funding actions.
Legislators, governors’ staffs and other policy-makers often turn to SREB for the latest information on education issues.
SREB partners with the Midwestern Higher Education Compact to bring cost containment strategies to SREB states.
Any education institution or agency in SREB member states may elect to participate in these following cost-saving opportunities.
Tuition-savings program for students in health professions
Qualified students may pursue professional health degrees at participating out-of-state universities – paying in-state tuition at public institutions and reduced tuition at private ones.
Students in participating states who want to earn degrees in dentistry, medicine, optometry, osteopathic medicine, podiatry and veterinary medicine are eligible.
SREB and the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA)
Accreditors, government agencies and higher ed organizations developed a nationwide reciprocity agreement to address challenges to states, which are responsible for authorizing education offered to their residents from institutions in other states. The State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements, or SARA:
- Broadens offerings and lower costs for students
- Saves institutions from seeking approvals for their classes and degree programs on a case-by-case basis
- Allows states to focus on oversight of their own institutions
SARA is overseen by a national council and administered by the four regional higher education compacts, MHEC, NEBHE, SREB and WICHE.