Carlos Albizu University has a long-standing tradition of Collaborations and Partnerships with other national and international institutions, with professional associations and societies to provide real opportunities for our academic community.
Our doors are open and we thrive on mutually beneficial partnerships, and collaborations that drive advantages and benefits to our academic community. Joint working agreements, together with a diversity of partner organizations, allow us to grow.
Over 15 formal collaborative agreements are now in place. Some of them provide students enrolled at other post-secondary institutions the opportunity to be pre-admitted to our under-graduate and graduate programs, or make extensive use of Carlos Albizu University courses and educational services to help them complete their degrees.
Educational partnerships provide real opportunities for you, such as the Consorcio de Bibliotecas Metropolitanas (COBIMET) Partnership, a skills portal Information for students, teachers and librarians aimed at promoting learning and teaching information skills.
Through established agreements with Universidad de Puerto Rico – Cayey Campus, as well as with the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, credit transfer arrangements have been established, granting program graduates a specified number of credits toward particular Bachelor or Master Degree at Carlos Albizu University.
If you want to learn more about the different types of partnerships in which we are engaged and the educational opportunities available to you, contact our admissions office, calling free of charge:
- Miami Campus: 1-888-468-6228; Phone (305) 593-1223, ext. 137
- San Juan Campus: 787.725.6500 ext. 1521
We have collaborative partnership agreements, among others, with the following institutions:
1. HETS - Hispanic Educational Technology Services - HETS is the first bilingual consortium dedicated to serving the higher education needs of the fast-growing Hispanic communities.
2. COBIMET- Consorcio de Bibliotecas Metropolitanas - Skills Portal Information for students, teachers and librarians aimed at promoting learning and teaching information skills.
3. Excelencia in Education
in Washington DC - An Information Source on Latino Educational Success to ensure the high caliber of tomorrow’s workforce and civic leadership, Excelencia in Education links research, policy, and practice to inform policymakers and institutional leaders, who in turn promote policies and practices that support higher educational achievement for Latino and all students.
4. UNIVERSIA - Banco Santander Universidades - Through its Santander Universities Global Division, Banco Santander has collaborated with universities for more than 15 years on a unique global initiative, maintaining alliances with more than 1,020 universities around the world, eight in Puerto Rico and 26 in the USA.
- CREAD is a non-profit distance education consortium dedicated to developing distance education at an inter-American level through inter- institutional cooperation.
8. The Sloan Consortium
(Sloan-C) - Sloan-C is the leading professional online learning society devoted to advancing quality e-Education learning into the mainstream of education through the community. Sloan-C is dedicated to providing access to high quality e-Education to individuals, institutions, professional societies and the corporate community. Originally funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Sloan-C is now a non-profit 501(c)(3), member-sustained organization.
- Blackboard is a tool that allows faculty to add resources for students to access online. Power Point, Captivate, video, audio, animation, and other applications are created outside of Blackboard and added into Blackboard courses for students to enhance teaching and learning efforts.