Cost-Savings MHEC Partnerships

WICHE-region educational and governmental entities can take part

There’s strength and economies in numbers, especially when it comes to institutional expenses in areas such as cyber, property, health insurance, and information technology. Thanks to collaboration with the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC), one of four U.S. regional higher education compactsWICHE-region educational institutions, nonprofits, and public education entities all benefit from MHEC programsincluding: 

  • The Master Property Program, a property insurance and asset protection program securing broad insurance coverage to meet member-institution needs, now jointly serves 165 campuses throughout the United States, including 30 in the WICHE region. 
  • MHECare Student Insurance Solutions,provides campuses that offer school-sponsored plans the flexibility to tailor the plans for student needs with national carrier UnitedHealthcare StudentResources. 
  • MHECtech, enables more than 1,600 WICHE-region institutions and organizations (including K-12 districts, government entities, and education nonprofits) to buy hardware, software, and IT services through competitively bid master purchasing agreements. 
  • Cyber Insurance, provides institutions in the WICHE region with the right mix of risk transfer and advisory solutions for campuses to assess, manage, and respond to their risk. 
Dakota State University students working on laptop computers
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MHECtech

MHECtech enables more than 1,600 WICHE-region institutions and organizations to buy hardware, software, and IT services through competitively bid master purchasing agreements.

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Seattle Pacific University Peterson Hall, ON DECEMBER 18, 1905, a new Administration Building was dedicated at Seattle Seminary, later to become Seattle Pacific University. The building held the library, the chapel, the principal’s office, classrooms, and a large assembly hall. In the 1940s, it was renamed Peterson Hall in honor of Nils B. Peterson, who gave 5 acres of his homestead to establish the school in the 1890s.

“Through WICHE’s collaboration in MHEC’s Master Property Program, Seattle Pacific University can access broader coverage and services than it would find in a stand-alone property insurance policy.”

— CRAIG KISPERT

VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCE AND BUSINESS AFFAIRS/CFO
SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY

For more information, please contact:

Jere Mock

Vice President, Programs and Services


303.541.0222

jmock@wiche.edu