Connecting with NCCI

NCCI’s greatest asset is its membership and our members’ willingness to share ideas, knowledge and expertise.  Deepen your connection to the network by participating in one of our communities or a committee.

Communities of Practice

You’re eager to learn more about a particular subject and make a greater impact at your institution. You find yourself searching for people who share your profession and innovative spirit. You know there’s a lot to be gained from the collective knowledge of a group of people who come together with the goals of professional development, sharing ideas and experiences, and learning from one another. You’re looking for a Community of Practice!


Comprised of representatives from member institutions, NCCI Committees serve an important role in coordinating the projects and activities of the association as together we strive to grow your network. Serving on a committee is a great way for you to contribute to NCCI while enhancing your network and broadening your knowledge of change efforts in higher education. Please consider getting involved!


Professionals like you attend NCCI’s Annual Conference to learn and to grow their network. In 2016, 99% of attendees agreed that they achieved their primary objective at the conference!

Sponsorship Opportunities

Reach the leading network of higher education officials dedicated to change, continuous innovation, process improvement and academic and administrative excellence. Participants in NCCI events represent all areas and functions of higher education – including administration and finance, human resources, organizational development, academic administration, strategic planning, institutional research, IT, and student affairs. Learn more about Sponsorship Opportunities.

Not yet a Member?

Membership is open to institutions of higher education and non-profit associations that work in support of higher education. All faculty and staff at member institutions receive the many benefits of NCCI membership, including the opportunity to connect with other change leaders in higher education.