August 20, 2015
JOHNS ISLAND, S.C. – The Coalition for College Cost Savings is pleased to announce New Hampshire College & University Council (NHCUC) as its newest member. The New Hampshire College & University Council represents 22 colleges and universities. These institutions are highly regarded for their outstanding teaching, research, and community service activities. They serve as major centers of activity that are vital to the economic development of their communities and the state of New Hampshire.
“The Coalition is pleased to welcome New Hampshire College & University Council as our newest member”, said Harry Goldberg, President of the Coalition for College Cost Savings. “NHCUC and the Coalition share the same passion for collaboration, which is vital for creativity in institutions of higher education today.”
“NHCUC’s role is to add value for our member colleges and universities,” said Thomas Horgan, President and CEO of New Hampshire College & University Council. “We view the Coalition as an opportunity to add collaborative programs to NHCUC’s member portfolio.
About NHCUC (http://www.nhcuc.org)
Founded in 1966, the New Hampshire College & University Council’s mission is the advancement of public and private higher education in the state. Through collaborative efforts between the member colleges and universities, the consortium enhances educational opportunities for nearly 70,000 students currently attending their member institutions. NHCUC also works to accomplish its mission by coordinating collaborative initiatives among admission, library, career, information technology and academic offices; sponsoring professional development conferences for faculty and administrators; promoting greater awareness and understanding of higher education in the state to the general public and community leaders; and providing a forum for discussion of vital issues in higher education among college presidents, academic officers, and administrators.
About The Coalition (www.thecoalition.us)
The Coalition for College Cost Savings was formally established in 2006 on the concept that collaboration among independent colleges and universities could yield greater strength in the purchasing marketplace, benefiting its member institutions, regardless of size, mission or location, with the lowest prices for purchased commodities and the highest value in performed services. The Coalition serves as a central point of contact for the creation of these supplier relationships, program implementation planning and execution and a repository of best practice information on process efficiency. The Coalition provides programs, materials and resources necessary to support the business operation needs of its Higher Education Member Organizations and their member institutions. The Coalition is now comprised of 35 member organizations in 31 states that collectively serve nearly 900 private colleges and more than three million students across the United States.