About OUR Campaign
- A debt-free college plan that covers not just tuition and fees but also living expenses, including food and housing.
- Expansion of existing programs that support student success and address staffing shortages.
- Recruitment and retention of high-quality and experienced faculty and staff – and make it possible for them to meet the needs of their students, particularly those who face the most significant challenges.
- Return to the historic model of public funding for public buildings on college and university campuses and include faculty and staff when assessing campus needs.
WHO WE ARE
We are a coalition of students, educators, parents, union and business leaders, community supporters, public higher education faculty and staff and legislators who are organizing for a major investment in our public universities, colleges and students.
The Higher Education for All coalition includes a wide range of organizations representing different interests and different geographical areas of Massachusetts.
If your organization would like to join the coalition, please email: email@example.com.
|AFSCME Council 93, Local 507|
|AFT Maintainers Local 6350|
|American Federation of Teachers|
|Association of Professional Administrators|
|Campus Debt Reveal|
|Classified Staff Union|
|Climate Action Network, Massachusetts Teachers Association|
|Faculty Staff Union|
|Graduate Employee Organization, UAW 2322|
|Graduate Employee Organization, UMass Lowell|
|Greater Southeast MA Labor Council|
|Jamaica Plain Progressives|
|MA CAP Council United Auto Workers, Region 9A|
|Massachusetts Education Justice Alliance|
|Massachusetts Society of Professors|
|Massachusetts State College Association|
|Massachusetts Teachers Association|
|Massachusetts Teachers of Speakers of Other Languages|
|North Shore Labor Council|
|Postdoctoral Research Organizing, UAW 2322|
|Professional Staff Union|
|Progressive Mass, Salem|
|Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts|
|Residents Assistance/ Peer Mentors Unit, UAW 2322|
|Retired Members Committee, Massachusetts Teachers Association|
|River Valley, Democratic Socialists of America|
|Student Debt Crisis Center|
|The Lawrence Partnership|
|University Staff Association|
|Western Mass Area Labor Federation|
|Western Mass, Debt Collective|
|Women of Color Health Equity Collective (WOCHEC)|