SERU Consortium Members
The intent of the SERU Consortium is to establish a long-term collaboration among peer institutions and to generate longitudinal data that provides a meaningful benchmark to help gauge changes in student demographics, behavior patterns, and attitudes and to analyze the impact of curricular and other institutional reforms.
Membership in the SERU Consortium is open to research-intensive universities (Carnegie Classification of Doctoral Universities: Very High Research Activity) and designated international campuses by invitation and for a multi-year term. In addition to the national and international standing of a university, membership consideration is also based on the following criteria:
The university fully identifies with SERU Consortium’s mission and goals.
The university has the full support of its top academic administrative leadership to participate in the SERU Consortium.
The university assigns a designated faculty or staff member as the SERU Consortium Campus Representative.
SERU NORTH AMERICAN DIVISION
* SERU Associate Campuses not currently administering the SERU Survey.