AASCU gratefully acknowledges the support of the following corporate partners. By supporting AASCU, corporate partners help make an accessible, affordable, exceptional college education available to all students.
Capitol Decisions, Inc. is a bipartisan, full-service Federal Government relations firm that provides comprehensive Legislative and Executive Branch strategic advice, liaison service, and advocacy for many University clients. Here at CDI, we take pride in our ability to proactively adapt to the rapidly changing environment in Washington. Our education policy experts have adapted to the challenging fiscal climate and risen above and beyond expectations to continue to deliver success on behalf of institutions of higher learning. Utilizing their vast backgrounds and issue expertise, our advocates have continued to serve client needs through the appropriations, legislative and federal regulatory process.
For more information visit www.capitoldecisions.com
Capitol Impact, LLC is the leading provider of collaborative legislative tracking and advocacy software. Our Advocacy suite keeps people informed, enables feedback on legislation, and provides powerful call to action tools to engage your supporters. Capitol Impact software serves the job of the government affairs staff using integrated software tools to allow the staff to collaborate with decision makers, communicate with supporters or legislators and advocate on behalf of the school using a single client-centric website.
For more information visit www.capitolimpact.com
Hobsons is an education solutions company dedicated to helping educators, administrators, students, and families maximize success through every stage of the learning lifecycle. Our solutions serve millions of students across more than 10,000 schools, colleges, and universities worldwide. Today, we continue to advance our role in education by maximizing student success and institutional effectiveness. Our solutions allow students to develop personalized academic and career plans based on their goals, interests, abilities, and learning styles and enable institutions to reach and connect with students that are the right fit and help them stay on track to achieve their goals.
For more information visit www.hobsons.com
iCitizen is a the missing link between constituents and their representatives -- a non-partisan civic engagement platform that educates its users on the issues THEY care the most about, and then empowers them to make a difference in politics, Through the free app, users can build their "political DNA" by selecting their favorite issues, following current news and legislation regarding those issues, tracking their representatives and voting in polls to see how their political beliefs stack up against people in their state or the rest of the country. iCitizen then delivers those opinions and results directly to elected officials so they can see exactly how the people who elected them want to be represented. By increasing transparency, accountability and communication, iCitizen and its users are building the most direct form of democracy that America has ever seen.
Inside Higher Ed is the free daily news website for people who work in higher education. Breaking news, lively debate, and thousands of faculty and administrative job postings draw 1.3 million readers a month. Online. Daily. Free. Ahead of the curve.
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The New York Times provides a vibrant daily record of history in the making, igniting student interest by linking learning to living – serving the ideals of today’s demanding educational aims by spurring critical thinking, increasing national and global awareness and fostering a more informed and engaged citizenry. The New York Times in Education offers a wealth of resources, activities and events to engage students in and out of the classroom.
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World Education Services (WES) is a non-profit research organization with 40 years’ experience in providing information, analysis and insights on international education. As the largest credential evaluation service in North America with offices in New York and Toronto, WES’ staff of over 200 professionals, serves 2,500 academic institutions and 175,000 individuals every year. WES Research & Advisory Services offers research-based consulting solutions to help institutions maximize the impact of their internationalization efforts by developing future ready strategies that align with campus needs and priorities.