Unified in hope,
The problems in public higher education are too complex to solve alone
The REP4 Alliance is a powerful network of regional and national education, industry, and technology leaders, led by the seven higher education partners. The alliance works together to guide learners along their transformative journeys, provide expertise, test prototypes, implement ideas, and shape the future of REP4.
Grand Valley State University, REP4's organizer and convener, is the founding Midwest partner. The six other founding partners are: Amarillo College, a community college in Texas; Boise State University, a Research II university in Idaho; California State University San Marcos, an HSI (Hispanic-Serving Institution) and AANAPISI (Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution) in California; Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, a system of 17 public colleges and universities; Fort Valley State University, an HBCU (Historically Black College or University) in Georgia and Shippensburg University, part of the state system in Pennsylvania.
“Students have powerful insights about how to improve their experience and innovate around education. Learning from them will help us, and all of higher education, imagine new ways of moving forward together.”
- Marlene Tromp, President, Boise State University