What is the Campus Consortium Peer Consulting?

As you make your way to remote teaching and learning platforms and remote work environments for your students, faculty and staff, the Campus Consortium Peer Consulting are here to guide you through each step and make IT recommendations to smoothen the transition.

An affordable way for institutions to get the deep expertise they need through a network of best-in-class Peer Consultants from top colleges and universities. Peer consultants can help with everything from ERP to IT Security assessments. Here are our Peer Consultants:

Why Choose the Campus Consortium Peer Consulting Services?

For higher education, by higher education…

The Campus Consortium is an education association with thousands of higher education institutions and K-12 school district members and has served the higher education community for 17 years. We continue to engage higher education information technology leadership and experts through our Peer Consulting Services. Their valuable input drives the Campus Consortium solution portfolio, and this community of expertise is used as a brains trust in supporting the mission of higher education.
In these current turbulent times of the Coronavirus pandemic, these Peer Consulting bring valuable, practical expertise to the higher education community in support of remote teaching, learning, and administration.

Our Featured Peer Consultants

Mukul Kumar

Chief Innovation Officer, Hult International Business School

Mitch Davis

Vice President and Chief Information Officer Information, Technology and Consulting, Dartmouth College

Karl Horvath, Ph.D.

President, Campus Consortium

Ajit Singh

Chief Information Officer, Reinhardt University

Raffi Simonian

University of California, Los Angeles

Scott A. McCollum

Chief Information Officer, Sinclair Community College

Irene Kopaliani

Research Computing Cloud Architect, Princeton University

Rick Gould

Director of Research Technology Operations & Information Security, Arizona State University

Bob Wisler

Director of Information Technology, Northwood University

Bill Rodriguez

Senior IT Security Engineer, Rollins College

Joseph Caudle

Manager, IT Solutions, Office of Information Technologies, University of Notre Dame

Gerard Shockley

Enterprise Architecture & Systems Development Information Services & Technology, Boston University

Chris Davis, Ph.D.

CIO, Director of Esports, Asst. Prof. of Education & Instructional Tech, The Malbon Center for Technology

Christine Wallace

Vice President for Kettering Global, Kettering University

John W. Ellenberger

Starfish Specialist, Penn State University

Gary Sheehan

Director – Information Security, Elon University

Nelson, Hope

Program Assistant to the Director of Clinical Training/ Department Head, Rowan University

How It Works

  • Step 1: You tell us what area you need help with (via email).  [Free]
  • Step 2: We setup a call to discuss your needs in a bit more detail. [Free]
  • Step 3: We align the best peer consultant(s) that has the expertise to address your needs and has the availability that meet’s your schedule. [Free]
  • Step 4: You define the scope of the project (fixed cost) and/or number of hours you would like (time and materials) with the peer consultant. [Free]
  • Step 5: You will pay the Campus Consortium and the Campus Consortium will pay and reimburse the Peer Consultant.
    [Fixed cost or time & materials]

Become a Peer Consultant

Join the Campus Consortium Peer Consulting team to shared your knowledge and experience with other institutions so they can benefit from your expertise and work with a trusted peer who understands with the unique challenges of higher education information technology.

As part of the process you will be added to the Campus Consortium listserv with access to upcoming grant programs and peer communication about issues that affect higher education today. You will have the option to opt out.