Sharing Online Student Services in New York and California (OTC 13)Jennifer Drake Academic Tutor in the Academic Support and Achievement Program (ASAP) office at the State University of New York College at CortlandJim Hood, Program Manager with Open Door Group -- College Open Textbooks in the San Francisco Bay Area.David Kephart, Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at the University of South Florida and the Director of Academic Research for Link-Systems International, Inc.In upstate New York, some colleges came together to create the STAR-NY Consortiumhttp://www2.cortland.edu/offices/asap/star-ny/. The founding members shared a license for an online collaboration tool, designed online tutor training, created a schedule where each college staffed certain subjects/hours, and implemented shared online tutoring services. By sharing technology and academic resources, the students at these colleges are able to access more online services than would be available by their school alone. Within two semesters, the STAR-NY membership doubled. In their second year,membership continues to grow as word spreads about their success. We propose launching a similar effort in California.