Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment partnerships exist across all sectors of public higher education in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; community colleges, state universities, and the University of Massachusetts system are all represented. Most partnerships are funded through Initiative grants, but several have transitioned into a self-sustaining model and no longer receive Initiative funding. For information on how to become an Initiative partner or how to transition to a self-sustaining model, contact the Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment office at email@example.com.
Grant-funded participants receive their operating funds granted directly through the Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment Initiative. All campuses participate in a planning year before they begin accepting students into their programs.
Self-sustaining partnerships have transitioned away from Initiative grant funding and are funded by the institutions themselves, individual school districts, non-Initiative grant sources, or through other methods.
Below is a downloadable map of all current partnerships (all those partnerships engaged in planning & implementation years, and both Initiative-funded and self-sustaining programs). A list of current partnerships is also provided. Both documents include lists of partnership school districts along with college campuses.
Below is a downloadable list of all current program coordinators (including all partnerships engaged in planning & implementation years, and both Initiative-funded and self-sustaining programs). The document includes current contact information.