Our Mission

The Central Valley Higher Education Consortium is a 27-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.

Latest Buzz

Sharing our learning about state-wide reform with new @CommunityCCRC report: https://t.co/HG0JbU9HKy. And watch for a new @utdanacenter report on structural change at the state level coming in December.

Congratulations California State University System, the nation’s largest and most diverse public university system is seeing record levels of achievement and narrowed equity gaps among low-income and minority students - https://t.co/ULm8wzPL7W - @Fresno_State @CVHEC_

CSU campuses ranked among the nation's top 500 universities: @CalPoly, @CSULB, @SDSU, @calpolypomona, @csuf, @CalStateLA, @csunorthridge, @SJSU, @CSUSM, @CSUSBNews, @Fresno_State, @ChicoState, @SFSU & @sacstate.
Full ranking: https://t.co/fkL1CMYXAC via @ceoworld.

Today we remember and thank all who have served our country. #ThankYouVeterans 🇺🇸❤️

How can YOU graduate in 4 years? 🎓📚

Taking 15 units each semester can keep you on track to getting a degree in 4 years! See your adviser for more info. #GoDogs

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Media Resources

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
Phone: 559.292.0576