Through the Higher Education Course Recovery Consortium, institutions gain access to thousands of Summer and Fall 2020 online courses with flexible start dates and term lengths.

This consortium helps institutions address immediate course availability issues due to interruptions caused by campus closures amid the COVID-19 outbreak, while improving both revenue and retention for the institution.

These courses provide home institutions the means to proactively work with each at-risk student to help them recover academically, stay enrolled at the institution, apply financial aid, and graduate.

The Largest Course-Sharing Network in the U.S.

Retain Students, Increase Revenue

Open Seats
2MM
Sections
100,000
Courses
9,184
Institutions
25

Steps Towards Helping Your Students

Identify Key Student Groups

Students who need to graduate now
Students in overloaded courses or bottleneck courses
Students who struggle at midterm
Students with displaced faculty
Incoming Fall freshman
Students returning from study abroad programs
Students with laboratory classes
Students with internships or other opportunities that have been withdrawn

Choose Your Courses

Review member institutions and courses of
the Higher Education Course Recovery Consortium

Indiana Wesleyan University
Colorado State University Global
University of The Incarnate Word
Charleston Southern University
Franklin University
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We need to do this together if we’re going to survive.

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