ADVANCING UNDERGRADUATE LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION, INCLUSIVE EXCELLENCE, AND STUDENT SUCCESS BY SHARING:

 DATA

KNOWLEDGE

EXPERTISE

 

ABOUT US

ADVANCING UNDERGRADUATE LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION, INCLUSIVE EXCELLENCE, AND STUDENT SUCCESS:

 DATA

KNOWLEDGE

EXPERTISE

 

ABOUT US

The Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (HEDS) is an organization of colleges and universities committed to sharing data, knowledge, and expertise to advance undergraduate liberal arts education, inclusive excellence, and student success at member institutions.

HEDS fulfills its mission by:
Fostering increased capacity in institutional research, assessment, and institutional effectiveness to lead efforts that help others make sense of and use data to inform and advance liberal learning.
Assembling, analyzing, and openly sharing institutional and survey data among member institutions to advance their educational missions.
Offering professional development opportunities through its annual conference, regional workshops, and a network of colleagues at member institutions.
Facilitating collaborative efforts among its member institutions on institutional research and effectiveness, strategic planning, and assessment.

BECOME A HEDS MEMBER


HEDS institutions are committed to using evidence to advance liberal arts education, inclusive excellence, and student success.

LEARN ABOUT OUR SURVEYS


HEDS offers seven educational impact and campus climate surveys to help institutions assess the quality and impact of their programs as well as the strengths and weaknesses of their campus climate.

BECOME A HEDS MEMBER



HEDS institutions are committed to using evidence to advance liberal arts education, inclusive excellence, and student success.

LEARN ABOUT OUR SURVEYS



HEDS offers seven educational impact and campus climate surveys to help institutions assess the quality and impact of their programs as well as the strengths and weaknesses of their campus climate.

Join us for the 2019 HEDS Annual Conference!

Enjoy an opportunity to network and learn with colleagues and guest speakers, and discuss ways of using data to improve your institution at our Annual Conference.

June 16th-19th

Asheville, North Carolina