AAUP leaders have joined with faculty leaders from across the country and from many different organizations to form coalitions to work toward a common goal. Learn more about what these coalitions do and how you can get involved.
The Campaign for the Future of Higher Education is an initiative that will work to ensure the long-term survival of quality higher education. Read the campaign's principles or visit their Facebook page. The Campaign is planning a day of action in April.
The Coalition on the Academic Workforce (CAW) was established in 1997 by a group of learned societies in the humanities and social sciences. About twenty-five organizations currently participate in the coalition, including the AAUP.
The Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor is a loose network of activists involved in contingent faculty issues. Its primary functions are to share information, educate our colleagues and the public, and build solidarity among the scattered ranks of faculty activists.
The National Mobilization for Equity is a growing coalition of organizations representing some seven million members who are committed to alleviating the present staffing crisis in higher education.
The Student Aid Alliance is a group of over seventy-five organizations who share the goal of preserving and strengthening student aid programs. These programs include Pell Grants, Perkins loans, federal work-study programs, and many more. The Alliance helps ensure that these programs are available to help any student afford higher education. It does so by educating the public about these programs and encouraging members of congress to continue to fund them.