In close collaboration with our members, DXtera provides solutions, technical services, and community support in the areas of next-generation education systems, data management, and integration solutions.
To transform the way higher education does business and drive student success by providing efficient access to information.
“By becoming a member of DXtera, we not only have the ability to run cutting-edge, real-time analyses to help at-risk students, but also have access to education, training, and a member community that is dealing with similar integration and data challenges.”
Charles Ansell, Former Chief Operating Officer at the Community College System of New Hampshire; Vice President for Research, Policy, and Advocacy, Complete College America
Becoming a member of the DXtera InstituteS is an investment in the future of higher education. DXtera members include higher education institutions, statewide college and universities systems, nonprofit and trade associations, government, and employers, all with similar challenges and a shared focus on improving student outcomes.
Our members collaborate and share solutions, resulting in cost savings and better control over data and digital information for all. While we share solutions among the consortium, all data and digital information remain secured with the member institution to which it belongs. No data are ever shared between members of DXtera.
Our members and organizations that have been critical to the development of DXtera include:
Our leadership and technology team are well established leaders in the field of student information and learning system development in higher education.
Board of Directors
DXtera’s Board of Directors bring decades of experience from both the public and private sectors. Learn more about our diverse board by clicking on their bios below.
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Becoming a member of the DXtera Institute is an investment in the future of higher education. DXtera members include higher education institutions, statewide college and universities systems, nonprofit and trade associations, government, and employers, all with similar challenges and shared focus on improving student outcomes.Become a Member