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The Higher Education User Group (HEUG) represents thousands of Higher Education institutions that face a constantly evolving technology landscape.

Why choose HEUG?

This shifting landscape is what drives our members to constantly innovate, solve emerging problems, and determine the right technology solutions to drive success at their institutions.
The HEUG was formed to enable diverse institutions to come together and use collective knowledge to maximize and accelerate their return on investments in these systems. As a central hub, the HEUG allows members to connect and build relationships across the globe to explore different, proven approaches and best practices for designing, configuring and deploying software to better serve their constituents

Membership Program Benefits

The Higher Education Users Group (HEUG) has two membership levels within our organization. These two levels give all institutional members access to the benefits of the HEUG at the level of participation they desire. Our membership program also enables the HEUG leadership to continue the industry-leading advocacy, programs, and events that our members enjoy.

 

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Access to HEUG.Online for all of your employees Limited

Employees sent to the Alliance conference recieve a reduced rate. HEUG members saved a combined total of over $600,000 on Alliance conference fees last year.  

Employees have access to Alliance session recordings enhancing your conference educational benefits long after the conference is over  

Employees are eligible to serve on HEUG Advisory Groups and the HEUG Board  

Attend HEUG E-Academy webinars

For those institutions that would like to enhance the benefits they currently enjoy through the HEUG.Online and the HEUG, we offer our Institutional Membership.

For those institutions that would like general website access to the HEUG.Online, the HEUG member site, with the ability to add on a-la-carte benefits such as full-price conference registrations we offer a Subscriber Membership. Subscriber members do not have the ability to run for or serve on the HEUG Board or Advisory Groups.