Collaboration is a powerful vehicle that enables member institutions to work together to achieve goals that cannot be achieved alone. TICUA’s collaboration model is built on trust, communication, a sense of shared interests and goals, and defined and clear expectations and outcomes.
Ways to Save
Through TICUA’s Ways to Save member campuses have access to resources at reduced costs which leverage the combined buying power of TICUA’s 34 member institutions, the State of Tennessee, and the other 950+ private, not-for-profit institutions comprising the membership of The Coalition for College Cost Savings.Read More
CHASCo, a private – public partnership of higher education institutions, funded by the State of Tennessee, works to ensure the health and safety of campus communities. CHASCo members, through collaboration, seek to learn about the newest or best practices to apply to their own situations. The outcome of this collaboration is new learning and insights to better adapt and more effectively respond to a rapidly changing campus environment.Read More
Drive to 55
TICUA member institutions, working collaboratively, strive to achieve the outcomes of Governor Haslam’s Drive to 55. By maintaining dynamic institutional climates that sustain and promote healthy learning environments for students, TICUA member colleges and universities are improving student outcomes and the student experience while addressing the goals of Drive to 55.Read More
TICUA Benefit Consortium
TICUA Benefit Consortium, a health plan created in 2001, for the common purpose of providing quality coverage at stable costs to the member institutions, their faculty and staff.Read More