Educational Partners

Dear Colleagues,

Thank you for your interest in learning more about the NASPA Educational Partnership program. Some of higher education’s leading companies, who share in our Association’s vision in fulfilling the promise of higher education for today’s students, have made the commitment to engage with NASPA in this meaningful way. 

NASPA’s Educational Partners play a vital role in supporting higher ed as it continues to move forward and adapt to a “new normal”. Our Educational Partners are fostering innovative solutions to the new challenges facing student affairs in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. By partnering with NASPA, these organizations have demonstrated their commitment to leading in an era of unprecedented change.

As the higher education community faces these new challenges, I personally invite you to learn more about how our Educational Partners form relationships with our members, volunteers, and leaders throughout the student affairs profession.


Kevin Kruger
NASPA President

Disclaimer: Educational Partnerships with NASPA does not convey NASPA’s approval, endorsement, certification, acceptance, or referral of any product or service of this partnership.



Christie Campus Health is dedicated to improving the mental health and wellbeing of college students by helping colleges and universities expand the way they reach and support students in need. Offering the most comprehensive set of support services, inclusive of a 24/7 Support Line providing unlimited and in-the-moment support, clinically validated self-care resources, face-to-face and virtual counseling visits and student care Navigators, Christie partners with colleges to deliver innovative, equitable and high-quality mental health services to students. Whether adding more services to expand a school’s current mental health offering or implementing new services, Christie delivers a customized solution, enhancing support for students. We value our partnership with NASPA as they are a leading voice in higher education, and we share a passion and commitment to student wellness.



Ready Education provides digital student engagement platforms students actually use. Trusted by 750+ institutions globally to supercharge student engagement and success, our integrated solutions centralize campus resources, streamline communications, and provide best-in-class student organization and events management. Our team provides unparalleled onboarding and support and our solutions engage even the hardest to reach students. Ready Education is proud to partner with NASPA to empower student affairs professionals to build improved, personalized digital experiences that enhance student engagement, communication, and success.



TimelyCare is the leading virtual health and well-being solution for students that enables colleges and universities to reduce risk and retain students through equitable, on-demand access to care. Colleges and universities trust TimelyCare to provide complete clinical care, advanced technology, and expert guidance to improve their students’ physical and mental health. We are proud to partner with NASPA and its members, volunteers, and leaders who are moving higher education forward in supporting the health and well-being of students. 


Uwill is the leading teletherapy platform for higher education offering an immediate match to a diverse network of licensed therapists in all 50 states and more than 20 countries. As the foremost organization representing student affairs professionals, NASPA has established themselves as a pioneer in developing and implementing innovative practices and policies to support students. Uwill is proud to partner with NASPA to drive awareness and continue the conversations focusing on mental health access and support for colleges and students. 


Vector Solutions helps over 2,000 colleges, universities, and organizations strengthen their safety, well-being, and inclusion efforts through high-impact training, data insights, safety communications, and more. Their powerful technology helps address substance misuse, harassment and discrimination, sexual assault, mental well-being, diversity and inclusion, and more.