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West Hartford, CT 06002
As a result of the work of NCCI, higher education is functioning collaboratively across institutions to employ effective methods for advancing academic and administrative excellence.
NCCI is committed to advancing administrative and academic excellence in higher education by identifying, promoting, supporting and sharing effective organizational practices among member institutions
Founded in 1999, NCCI represents a wide range of institutions, with many individuals working actively in organizational development, quality assessment, planning and/or institutional improvement. Consistent with its teachings, NCCI uses planning and improvement approaches to articulate its own purpose and to chart a course of action. Goals and actions include sponsoring events and systems that promote the sharing of best practices and support professional development of individual members, including use of the Internet and partnerships with other higher education organizations. NCCI's administrative provides staffing, meeting support and accounting services at cost. NCCI funding comes from dues of member institutions and from conference registration fees.
NCCI's Board of Directors has representatives elected from member institutions who volunteer their time to advance NCCI's goals. Committees develop and implement action plans for meeting goals. Board of Directors
Nonprofit organization 501(c)3.
More than 600 individual representatives from approximately 70member institutions
See Annual Meeting section of this site for upcoming meeting information.
Member institutions may submit descriptions of job openings for referrals at the NCCI Career Center (under Career Opportunities). Job seekers can find new career opportunities.
The NCCI web site at www.ncci-cu.org offers up-to-date information regarding programs, events, and membership.