Meet the Achieving the Dream 2018 Cohort

ACHIEVING THE DREAM 2018 COHORT BEGINS THEIR HOLISTIC STUDENT SUCCESS WORK
 

The newest cohort of colleges has joined the Achieving the Dream Network. Twenty institutions from the West, South, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast will join the growing network. The 2018 group is unique and among the largest in ATD’s history, including a cohort of eight colleges from Tennessee and two colleges funded by The Woodward Hines Education Foundation. The 2018 colleges increase the ATD Network to more than 200 institutions from 41 states, including the District of Columbia.

2018 Cohort Colleges

  • Coahoma Community College (MS)
  • Columbia State Community College (TN)
  • County College of Morris (NJ)
  • Delaware Technical Community College (DE)
  • Dyersburg State Community College (TN)
  • Gateway Community College (CT)
  • Harford Community College (MD)
  • Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College (MS)
  • Motlow State Community College (TN)
  • Nashville State Community College (TN)
  • Northeast State Community College (TN)
  • North Central Texas College (TX)
  • Olympic College (WA)
  • Palm Beach State College (FL)
  • Pellissippi State Community College (TN)
  • Rogue Community College (OR)
  • Vance-Granville Community College (NC)
  • Volunteer State Community College (TN)
  • Walters State Community College (TN)
  • West Hills College Coalinga (CA)

These new colleges will begin their journeys toward greater student success at the annual Kickoff Institute June 19-21, 2018. Kickoff begins a three-year intensive capacity-building effort designed to prepare colleges to implement pathways and other large-scaled change efforts.

During Kickoff, the colleges receive the following and more:

  • A Dedicated Data and Leadership Coach to help facilitate and lead the change management process.
  • A coach-facilitated discussion of the college’s Institutional Capacity Assessment results. This group dialogue helps colleges identify strengths, prioritize areas for improvement, and determine actions to build capacity to support student success efforts.
  • Access to more than 40 in-person and online events and webinars that connect colleges with and community college peers from throughout the Network.

 

 

 

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