Preferred Vendors and Sponsors
Would you like access to the Consortium’s 20 member institutions which represent over 400,000 students and 10,000 employees, in order to promote your business or association’s mission, products or services?
If so, then consider becoming one of the Consortium’s preferred vendors. As a preferred vendor, your logo is displayed on our website with a hyperlink to your own website. In addition, at least once a year a message is sent to the Presidents of our member institutions and other Consortium committees listing you as a preferred vendor. Generally preferred vendors provide exclusive discounts and benefits to Consortium members, or other exclusive revenue opportunities.
For more information, please contact Jeff Dagley, Director of Strategic Initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blackbaud is the world’s leading cloud software company powering social good. They provide cloud software, services, expertise and data intelligence that empower and connect people to drive impact for social good.
Class is software developed by Class Technologies Inc., a company founded by education software pioneer Michael Chasen. Class adds teaching and learning tools to Zoom and makes the virtual classroom feel like a real classroom. It helps instructors take attendance, hand out assignments, give a quiz or test, grade work, proctor exams, talk one-on-one with a learner, and more.
At Deloitte, we are driven by our mission of advancing students and educators across the globe; working with institutions across all levels of education and regulatory agencies to craft better and brighter futures for learners around the world.
Edquity provides fast, equitable distribution of emergency cash grants through evidence-based technology. Students who apply for emergency aid using the Edquity app are proven to be more likely to graduate — saving colleges hundreds of thousands in potentially lost tuition dollars, and helping students continue on their educational path.
Huron is a global professional services firm that collaborates with clients to put possible into practice by creating sound strategies, optimizing operations, accelerating digital transformation, and empowering businesses and their people to own their futures. By embracing diverse perspectives, encouraging new ideas, and challenging the status quo, we create sustainable results for the organizations we serve.
Huvr: The Real-Time “Human” Virtual Services Marketplace that gives you the power and control to explore the world around you, from local destinations to historic attractions, college visits, media hotspots and public events.
LINK Strategic Partners is a strategic communications, stakeholder engagement, and social impact consulting firm based in Washington, DC, with offices in six other cities. By understanding and respecting the communities in which we operate, we help our clients create and apply the right tools and strategies to translate challenges into opportunities for hyperlocal success.
Mantra Health is a digital mental health clinic on a mission to improve access to evidence-based mental healthcare for young adults. Mantra’s leading solution allows higher education institutions to augment their existing on-campus clinical staff with a diverse provider group, available to students through Mantra’s virtual care experience. As of Spring 2022, Mantra’s program has been deployed across 52 campuses with over 480,000 students including Penn State, MIT, Cornell, and Miami Dade College.
MyFootpath/Operation Re-Engage partners with colleges and universities to dramatically increase enrollment, retention and net revenue by bringing back former students who previously attended college (stopout students) or former students who had a prior relationship with a higher education institution.
Noodle is higher education’s leading strategy, services, and technology partner. Founded in 2013, Noodle has developed infrastructure and online enrollment growth for some of the best academic institutions in the United States. Our vision is “to empower universities to change the world.” We achieve this vision by offering our partners various products and services that help them become more resilient, responsive, efficient, and interconnected. Noodle is a Certified B corporation.
PlatformQ Education helps colleges and universities virtualize their online engagement strategies. Their platform, Conduit, enables institutions to connect with prospective students, families, and alumni through a branded environment that supports livestreams, on-demand video, individualized sequenced content, and more.
Other benefits of being a Preferred Vendor
Eligibility to sponsor meetings of the Consortium Board, working groups, or task forces. You will receive additional logo placements and mentions in our communications.
Special Meetings and Communications
Eligibility to sponsor targeted meetings or communications for Consortium members at the discretion of the Consortium’s President & CEO. All communications to our member institutions are through the Consortium.
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