Collaborating with thought leaders in industries, foundations, and with key stakeholders to promote student and institutional success in distance learning.
NUTN encourages and facilitates the open, collaborative exchange of ideas between education administrators and faculty, education providers, and senior leaders in online education to partner in improving student and institutional success in distance education. To aid in this mission, NUTN engages companies, foundations and other stakeholders as collaborators with its members to target, stimulate, and accelerate student and institutional success in emerging and distance learning environments.
Specifically, the NUTN Corporate Engagement Program (NCEP) offers organizations a structured vehicle to help advance the NUTN mission and engage in the strategic priorities of the growing NUTN community. The goal of the NCEP is to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes by assisting corporate partners through NUTN’s:
Participation in the NUTN Corporate Engagement Program is by invitation and is on a non-exclusive basis. There is no exchange of any confidential information, nor restrictions on a Partner’s relationships with any of the NUTN Consortium Institutions or members of the NUTN Community. The NCEP attracts and engages a powerful cross-section of educational leaders, stakeholders, and practitioners who are actively engaged in promoting student and institutional success across North America. Specifically, the NCEP includes:
For an annual fee, the NCEP offers selected industry leaders a unique opportunity to engage in leading edge, student-centric innovations and thematic initiatives. It also provides a vehicle to identify specific areas for more focused, potentially proprietary involvement.
The NUTN Corporate Engagement Program does not include any direct or implied endorsement of a Partner, nor any support for or communication with materials management or other purchasing personnel at NUTN Institutions or affiliates. Other terms and conditions may apply. NUTN reserves the right to limit Partnership participation by commodity or market.
(Sample elements of the Annual Package.)