“The UW is an outstanding community united by a steadfast belief in what’s possible. This recognition shows that our unique culture of innovation and collaboration not only makes a tremendous impact on our students, our region and the world, but also makes our University a great place to work.” —- Ana Mari Cauce, President of Read More »
By: Richard K. Boyer As a function of our work in higher education, we see many strategic plans. Most of these plans contain some sort of organizational commitment, initiative, or objective related to creating and supporting a culture of innovation. At some institutions, this commitment manifests itself in the formation of an “innovation institute.” At Read More »
Representatives from ModernThink, the research and survey partner behind the Great Colleges to Work For program, will be attending and/or presenting at the following upcoming conferences. Be sure to introduce yourself and learn more about the Great Colleges program! Society for College and University Planning Annual Conference – Nashville, TN July 14 – July Read More »
“Colleges that regularly participate in programs such as Great Colleges to Work For demonstrate that leadership wants to know how employees view the university on a range of characteristics.”
There is no fee to participate in the Great Colleges to Work For program.
To be eligible for participation, institutions must be located in the United States, a not-for-profit, have a student enrollment exceeding 500, and host classes that are predominantly available on campus (as opposed to online). Community colleges are eligible to participate. Online and for-profit schools are not eligible to participate.
The Primary Contact is the main point of contact and is responsible for all survey coordination. The primary contact is also responsible for assuring the completion of the Institution Questionnaire© by the posted deadline.
The Secondary Contact operates as a support role for the Primary Contact.
The IT Contact is responsible for facilitating the technical aspects of the survey process. His or her role includes: white-listing the program domains; IP addresses and email addresses on your institution’s email server, participating in the Connectivity Test performed prior to the survey launch to enable a smooth survey process, and being available during the Read More »
No. Because the program is also designed to help colleges improve as workplaces through the individual reports they receive, we name only those institutions that scored well enough to be recognized in any category.