Partners & Affiliations

Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk enjoys partnerships with state consortiums and other organizations affiliated with educational institutions. We are a resource for insurance and risk concerns institutions may be facing and consult and develop products and services to address those concerns.  We are actively involved with these organizations to better serve their member institutions.

 

American College Health Association (ACHA)

American College Health Association (ACHA)

http://www.acha.org

Learn more about ACHA

Since 1920, the American College Health Association (ACHA) has linked college health professionals throughout the nation (and more recently around the globe), forming a powerful, collaborative networking base. This unique synthesis of vision and knowledge, of practice and policy, can guide and support you and your health service, your health programs, and your professional development.

Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts

Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts

http://www.masscolleges.org

Learn more about AICUM

Established in 1967 by college and university presidents, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts ( AICUM) consists of 55 degree-granting, accredited independent, or private, colleges and universities in the Commonwealth. AICUM is the leading voice on public policy matters relating to independent higher education in Massachusetts .

AICUM works closely with its member institutions to preserve and strengthen higher education; provide advocacy for need-based financial aid for Massachusetts students; help create a climate in the state in which the resources of privately supported higher education are fully leveraged; address state and Federal legislative and regulatory issues; and bring about a greater understanding of the impact and contributions of the independent colleges and universities in the Commonwealth.

Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities

Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities

http://www.cicu.org/

Learn more about CICU

Founded in 1956 and incorporated in 1972, the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (cIcu) is a statewide association representing the public policy interests of the chief executives of more than 100 independent (private, not-for-profit) colleges and universities in New York State .

Although not a government agency, cIcu received its charter from the State Board of Regents. Its mission is to develop consensus among a diverse membership and to advance higher education public policy.

The Commission is the formal organizational liaison with the New York State Board of Regents, the State Commissioner of Education, and the chancellors of the State University (SUNY) and City University (CUNY); and with the proprietary sector. The Commission is governed by a Board of Trustees composed of chief executive officers or institutional trustees of member campuses and reflects the diversity of the cIcu membership in terms of institutional type, size, and geographic location.

Connecticut Conference of Independent Colleges

Connecticut Conference of Independent Colleges

http://www.theccic.org

Learn more about CCIC

Founded in 1932, the Connecticut Conference of Colleges (CCIC) represents seventeen accredited nonprofit independent colleges and universities in Connecticut . These institutions are bound by a common commitment to quality instruction and dedicated to collaborative efforts that strengthen the independent sector of higher education in Connecticut . CCIC serves its member institutions through government relations, public policy development, research analysis, communications and coordinated member services.

ederation of Independent Illinois Colleges and Universities

Federation of Independent Illinois Colleges and Universities

http://www.federationedu.org

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Since its founding in 1904, the oldest private college association in the nation has evolved from a social club for college presidents to a dynamic advocacy organization representing the interests of private colleges and universities in the policy arena. With a state wide membership of 58 institutions, the Federation provides a unified voice for the independent sector of higher education in Illinois .

Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities

Louisiana Association of Independent Colleges and Universities

http://www.laicu.org

Learn more about LAICU

LAICU, as the public policy association, represents the 10 regionally accredited private four-year colleges in Louisiana in both state and federal public policy arenas as well as with the Louisiana State Board of Regents, its member systems of public post secondary education, the K-12 State Department of Education, and the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education.

LAICU's major functions include advocacy, research and information, and coordination of collaborative activities of the independent institutions. The Board of Directors is composed of the presidents from each of the member institutions.

University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA)

University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA)

https://www.urmia.org/urmia.cfm

Learn more about URMIA

The mission of the University Risk Management and Insurance Association is to advance the discipline of risk management in higher education. URMIA is the preeminent source of innovative and effective risk management ideas and solutions to the challenges facing institutions of higher education in the pursuit of their academic, social, and economic goals.

Goals

  • To protect the reputation and resources, both human and financial, of institutions of higher education through the incorporation of sound risk management practices into all aspects of their operations.
  • To make available the best and most complete risk management information for institutions of higher education.
  • To provide excellent professional development opportunities for risk management professionals in higher education.

National Athletic Trainers Associate (NATA)

National Athletic Trainers Associate (NATA)

http://www.nata.org/

Learn more about NATA

The mission of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association is to enhance the quality of health care provided by certified athletic trainers and to advance the athletic training profession.

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) is the professional membership association for certified athletic trainers and others who support the athletic training profession. Founded in 1950, the NATA has grown to more than 35,000 members worldwide today. The majority of certified athletic trainers choose to be members of the NATA – to support their profession, and to receive a broad array of membership benefits.

Collegiate Athletic Business Managers Association

Collegiate Athletic Business Managers Association (CABMA)

http://www.nacda.com/cabma/nacda-cabma.html

Learn more about CABMA

CABMA, the College Athletic Business Management Association, is an organization devoted to the establishment, maintenance and implementation of the highest standards of integrity and efficiency in the scope, policies and procedures involved in the management and administration of business in the athletics departments and associations of colleges and universities.
In addition to serving the colleges and universities of the United States, Canada and Mexico, CABMA makes available associate memberships to companies and organizations in business and industry whose functions and activities are related to intercollegiate athletics. This type of membership not only benefits the associate member but enables the associate member to provide service, consultation and advice to the regular membership..

If you represent a consortium of higher education institutions and wish to discuss a partnership with Gallagher Student, please, contact us.