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NACAS Event Schedule
2:00 p.m. ET
Webinar: Strategies and Proven Methods for Drawing Students Back to Campus in Safe Ways
Join colleagues from across the nation to discuss engaging ways to bring students back to campus – both in-person and online. The pandemic compelled extensive change to the higher education experience, and with change comes uncertainty. Change also bestows opportunity, which the panel will explore in this one-hour discussion. Panelists will share tactics they’ve deployed in recent months to boost enrollment, ranging from creating social hotspots like “library on the lawn,” to deploying new safety measures, and the role technology plays in the contemporary environment. Attendees will walk away with actionable, innovative strategies to help drive enrollment on their campus.
2:00 p.m. ET
CASP Lab – 2020 Test Prep
Presented by the NACAS Certification Commission
This program is geared toward those who plan on taking the CASP exam with our new, exciting remote option, available through January 31st, 2021. Attendees will get access to resources to help master exam content areas, tips for decreasing test anxiety, and will have the opportunity to bond with other auxiliary professionals who are on the same path to certification. Join key volunteers from the NACAS Certification Commission as the content outline is discussed, as well as an in-depth review of pre-selected retired exam questions to understand key concepts and terms. Individuals with an open CASP application are eligible to join at no cost but all participation is welcome!
12:00 p.m. ET
Inter-Association Well-Being Revised Definition
Begun in 2018, as an outcome of "Health and Well‑being in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success," the definition was created with the intent of providing a cohesive and actionable definition of well-being specific to higher education settings. First published in May 2020, the definition has now been updated to reflect ongoing community feedback: greater specificity in civic well-being; specific references to anti-racism and other basic human rights; and an expanded list of source references. Join us to hear more about the definition's evolution and how we hope it will further enable us to continue thinking collaboratively and critically about well-being in higher education. Visit www.nirsa.org/hands-in to view the definition.
This program is brought to you buy AASHE, ACCA, ACHA, ACPA, ACUHO-I, ACUI, AUCCCD, AUCCCO, CUPA-HR, NACAS, BHAC, NACA, NASPA, NIRSA, & NODA. Attendance is capped at 500 participants, so please register early!