Minority Serving – Cyberinfrastructure Consortium

Accomplishing More Together

By working together and in community, we strive to strengthen the student, faculty, and staff experience at HBCUs and TCUs by focusing on sustainable campus-level IT capabilities for data-intensive education and research programs.

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Strength in Numbers. Power of Community.

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Historically Black universities and colleges (HBCUs)

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Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs)

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Tribal colleges and universities (TCUs)

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Affiliate organizations
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Leadership Rooted in HBCUs, TCUs

The MS-CC aims to strengthen cyberinfrastructure for research and education across a wide range of fields and communities, taking into account the unique voices, cultural identities, and interests of our institutions.


2024 MS-CC Annual Meeting

Join us in Washington, D.C., May 29-31, 2024 for this once-a-year opportunity to come together and create a space where HBCUs and TCUs lead the conversation around sustainable campus-level IT capabilities for data-intensive education and research programs.

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Embracing Communal Knowledge, Celebrating Resilient Communities

The MS-CC community is built on lifting each other up and growing together.