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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