TUCUMCARI, N.M. (KAMR/KCIT) – Mesalands Community College (MCC) partnered with the Collaborative for Higher Education Shared Services (CHESS) on Thursday.
According to MCC reports, CHESS is a non-profit organization working to transform the student experience and modernize administrative processes through a new shared services enterprise resource planning platform and student information system.
Gregory Busch, President of Mesalands Community College, also currently serves on the CHESS Board of Directors.
“Our board, staff and community are excited to offer our students more opportunities and better administrative processes for our staff through our membership in CHESS,” said Gregory Busch. “Being a part of CHESS will exponentially increase our ability to serve Tucumcari and beyond in ways we could only have imagined as a small, rural college.”
MCC joins these CHESS colleges:
- Central New Mexico Community College
- Clovis Community College
- Northern New Mexico College
- San Juan College
- Santa Fe Community College.
Together, the colleges are designing an enterprise resource planning and student information system that will encompass student services, finance, human resources, payroll and more. Each college retains its independence and governance structure.
More information on MCC’s partnership with CHESS can be found here.