Skip Navigation

HERC’s Annual Reports

The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) is always working to promote equity and excellence in higher education recruitment consortium by facilitating collaboration between institutions and partnering with thought-leaders to address the evolving recruitment and retention needs of our member institutions. Read this year’s annual report to learn more about the work being done through HERC:


2016-17 Annual Report

2016-17 HERC Annual Report

Advancing Diversity and Distinction in Higher Education, One Job at a Time

The 2016-17 Annual Report highlights our collaborative work to serve professionals with disabilities, reach more highly qualified individuals from underrepresented populations, and improve equality and inclusion at the institutional, professional, and student level.

View HERC's 2016-17 Annual Report



2015-16 Annual Report

annl rpt2015-2016

Strategic, Purposeful, Collaborative

To forward our organizational vision and mission, the HERC Advisory Board established a 2014-2018 strategic plan. Designed to guide HERC initiatives and ensure that organizational priorities and investments support the needs of members, the strategic plan is based on four transformational themes: sustainable, distinctive, forward-thinking, and data-driven. Our 2015-16 annual report illustrates how HERC and our members, like many hands working on many pieces of a quilt, came together and proved that working together works.

View HERC's 2015-16 Annual Report 


2015-14 Annual Report

Annl Rpt 2014-15Better Together

As HERC celebrates its 15th year as a consortium, our mission continues to enrich the higher education community in fundamental ways that will be felt for decades. Successful recruitment of a diverse and talented faculty and staff is at the very core of fulfilling our academic missions to facilitate the process of discovery, the creation of knowledge, and serve society for the common good.

View HERC's 2014-15 Annual Report 

Lorraine Goffe-Rush
“Washington University is a HERC member because it facilitates meaningful conversations between fellow higher education institutions. The opportunity to discuss challenges and share best practices with like minds allows our organization to draw upon the experiences of an entire region, and in turn to approach recruitment from a uniquely informed perspective.”

- Lorraine Goffe-Rush, SPHR, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Human Resources, Washington University in St. Louis

Organizational Membership

Join the foremost community of human resources, diversity, and faculty development leaders who collaborate to recruit the most diverse and talented workforce.


Title: How does HERC contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion?
Mary Harvey, Associate Provost for Program Development, University of Chicago
All Employers

Featured Partner logo