The NACAS Foundation, a non-profit corporation that promotes the auxiliary services profession through NACAS, announced today...
We design campus experiences that are unparalleled and unforgettable.
Delivering services students want in ways they never imagined were possible.
NACAS Members work at a leadership level within 4-year and 2-year colleges and universities located worldwide and oversee multiple auxiliary services, making executive decisions that shape them to create hospitable and well-rounded campus communities.
With buying power, business acumen, and a vision for how modernized services can elevate campus experiences, they lead change for the benefit of students and the health of their institutions.
Auxiliary services, ancillary services, business services, campus services. No matter what a campus calls them, they all have one thing in common: non-academic campus support. From campus stores to student unions, these services are in the business of generating revenue and finding campus solutions. It’s an industry that provides over $40 billion in higher education revenue.
Here are just a few examples of the campus services that fall under Auxiliary Services:
The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) is a consortium of 42 professional associations concerned with the creation and promotion of professional standards for the development, assessment, and improvement of quality student learning, programs, and services. NACAS has been actively involved in CAS since 1998 and sends liaisons to its board. As a means of supporting NACAS members in their professional endeavors, we provide complimentary access to the following CAS standards and guidelines: Auxiliary Services Functional Areas.