Lumina Funds Taking Student Success to Scale
In September, Lumina Foundation awarded NASH $1.2 million over two years to support deeper implementation of certain aspects of our holistic strategy for student success, Taking Student Success to Scale (TS3). Four systems were selected through a competitive process to participate directly in this work, with a focus on high impact practices and equity-minded learning pathways. The four systems selected were the University System of Georgia, Montana University System, Tennessee Board of Regents, and University of Wisconsin System.
Welcome to NASH
The National Association of System Heads (NASH) is the association of the chief executives of the 46 colleges and university systems of public higher education in the United States and Puerto Rico.
Taking Student Success to Scale: Achieving Collective Impact
Increasingly, the higher education community is embracing collective impact as a strategy to bring partners together to successfully improve student outcomes. Higher education systems are uniquely positioned to ensure that public institutions are able to fulfill their dual promise of access and opportunity. By aligning student success efforts across systems and the campuses that compose them with a series of evidence-based practices, NASH hopes to create economies of scale and scope that lead to demonstrable gains in completions. A formal initiative to advance this approach is underway. Click here for more information. Please also check out our website dedicated solely to Taking Student Success to Scale (TS3): ts3.nashonline.org. Contact NASH Executive Director Rebecca Martin for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TS3 HIPs Project AnnouncementNovember 30, 2017
October 2017 NewsletterNovember 8, 2017
Lumina Funds Taking Student Success to Scale (TS3)September 28, 2017
May 2017 NASH NewsletterMay 4, 2017
TS3 Network Meeting
April 12 – 13, 2018
NASH Board and System Heads Meeting
April 22, 2018
San Francisco in conjunction with the AGB National Conference on Trusteeship
Rebecca making a presentation at our first Taking Student Success to Scale (TS3) Convening. The convening included over 170 attendees from 21 systems and over 100 campuses.