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NACAS Event Schedule
3:00 p.m. ET
Webinar: Washington Update – Impact for Higher Education
Megan Schneider (NACUBO) and Richard Hershman (NACS) are back to give a federal policy update on what to anticipate with administration changes and 2021 agendas as it relates to higher education.
1:00 p.m. ET
Webinar: How Clemson is Taking Campus Transit Past the Pandemic
Campus transportation is a vital resource to universities and their students. Beyond serving as a connection to campus and the world of experiences outside of it, transit service allows universities to understand how their students are navigating their grounds, providing valuable insight into how they can make campus better and safer. In the wake of COVID-19, campus transit adopted an entirely new meaning, one that’s rooted in maintaining public health first and foremost.
Whether universities have decided to go remote during the fall semester or they’re testing the waters with a mix of virtual and in-person classes, transit plays a vital role in the fabric of those institutions. Clemson University is an example of a university that’s made the decision to host remote classes during the fall of 2020, but that doesn’t mean transit will play any less of a role in their planning process compared to those universities that are overseeing active on-campus transportation during the fall 2020 semester.
In this session, Austin Just Stanion, Senior Solutions Engineer at TransLoc will join Dr. Kat Moreland, Senior Associate Director for Parking and Transportation Services at Clemson University will come together to discuss how universities, particularly those that have made the decision to remain remote, are looking at campus transit as a means to optimize opportunities for students in a post-pandemic environment.