Congratulations to the Award Winners of the FY23 Multi-Campus Collaboration Program

For a sixth year, the Minnesota State Academic and Student Affairs (ASA) division invited proposals for Multi-Campus Collaboration program. This RFP focused on equitable outcomes tied to Equity 2030 and initiatives that:

  • extended and strengthened capacity among our colleges and universities to meet our individual and collective goals toward strategic initiatives e.g., Equity 2030, Guided Learning Pathways and/or strategic enrollment practices;
  • supported the development of innovative policies and/or strengthen proven practices that eliminate disparities and success gaps by increasing the rate of credential completion for students in the Equity 2030 focus populations;
  • supported the development of innovative, state-of-the-art academic programs, teleservices or practices; and/or
  • supported applied research and/or action research at our colleges and universities connected to core principle Equity 2030.

It was a competitive pool of applicants. Educational Innovations, a unit within Minnesota State ASA, awarded proposals for a grand total of $1,088,414.

Below is a list of the awarded projects for FY23 Multi-Campus Collaboration Funding Program:

Title of Proposal  Lead CampusPartner Institution(s)
Winchester Wellness: A Collaborative Program of Winona State University-Bridges Health and Rochester Community Technical College-Dental Hygiene Program    Winona State University   Rochester Community Technical College 
Minnesota State: Write Like Us   Century College    Normandale Community College (fiscal agent); North Hennepin Community College; Anoka-Ramsey Community College; Minneapolis College 
Expanding Equity-Minded Capacity at the Institutional Level    Normandale Community CollegeRidgewater College; Hennepin Technical College 
Data-Informed Intrusive Interventions: using actionable data for early interventions to improve course completion and retention    Saint Paul CollegeMinnesota West Community & Technical College; Hennepin Technical College 
Collaborative Collegiate Recovery SupportMetro State UniversityMinneapolis College
MinnState World Languages and Cultures Alliance (WLCA)    St. Cloud State UniversityNorth Hennepin Community College; Minnesota State University, Mankato; Winona State University; Bemidji State University 
Bachelor of Public Administration Career Pathways Model between North Hennepin Community College and Metropolitan State University      North Hennepin Community CollegeMetro State University 
Connecting Students to Place through Goal Area 10: Gidibendaagozim in akiing/Gidinawedaamin aki (we are part of the land/the land is a part of us)  Bemidji State University   North Hennepin Community College; YMCA of the North; Three Rivers Park District 


Contact Jonathan Hamilton, Collaboration Program Director.

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