The NPSS Higher Education Coalition 

The NPSS Higher Education Coalition is a group of colleges and universities working to support their communities by placing more college students in high-impact jobs or volunteer positions as tutors, mentors, student success coaches, post-secondary transition coaches, or wraparound/integrated student support coordinators at local P-12 schools or out-of-school time programs.

The National Partnership for Student Success Higher Education Coalition is launching with 26 initial institutions and is working to grow the coalition in the coming months.

Each member institution has set a two-year goal to either:

1) increase the percentage of Federal Work-Study funding that they allocate to compensating college students in NPSS-aligned community service roles, or

2) substantially increase the number of college students in NPSS-aligned roles regardless of funding source.

Want more information on the NPSS Higher Education Coalition?


Interested in joining the coalition? Consider setting a public goal today.


Current Coalition Members include:

Arizona State University

Howard University

Johns Hopkins University

Montgomery College

Grand Valley State University

University of Michigan

New York University 

SUNY, University at Albany

SUNY, Binghamton University

SUNY, Buffalo State University

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

SUNY Cortland

SUNY Old Westbury


SUNY Oneonta

SUNY, Onondaga Community College

SUNY, Rockland Community College

SUNY, Tompkins Cortland Community College

SUNY, Upstate Medical University

Rhodes State College

University of Memphis

Texas A&M University, Central Texas 

Texas A&M University, Kingsville

Longwood University

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Tech

University of Virginia

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