Our Mission

The Central Valley Higher Education Consortium is a 25-member strong consortium. Jointly, the consortium serves over 250,000 students in the California Central Valley, a nine-county region.

Central Valley Higher Education Consortium (CVHEC) speaks in one voice on policy issues that affect degree attainment. A goal of the consortium is to increase the Central Valley’s certificate and degree attainment.

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Learning more about the incredible #GuidedPathway work @fresnocity is doing. Plus did you know hey were the first @CalCommColleges ?!

In May, @CHSUniv achieved two major milestones that will impact the health care needs in the #CentralValley . They made history by breaking ground on its new campus and just two short weeks later, graduated its inaugural Doctor of Pharmacy graduates! @CVHigherEd #HigherEd

Lumina Foundation shares - There's clear evidence institutions respond to public funding tied to whether students actually earn degrees @LuminaFound @CentralValleyCF @CVHEC_ @FresnoC2C - https://t.co/WieVNWtf3M

We have been working with @utdanacenter to convene a Central Valley math task force to modernizing entry-level math pathways. The task force is now moving into an implementation phase. #TalentTuesday #HigherEd #CVHigherEd #MathPathways https://t.co/yWk0UIVo7c

Lumina Foundation shares - A new national report on preparing workers for middle-skill jobs, a big step toward strengthening the links between education, training, and high-quality employment." - https://t.co/YTnSIOhDlM @CVHEC_ @FresnoC2C @GoSJVMA @Fresno_Chamber

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Central Valley Higher Education Consortium provides the following resources for media use. If you have questions concerning any of these resources, please contact:

Angel Ramirez, Communications Manager
angelr@csufresno.edu
Phone: 559.292.0576