The NACAS Foundation, a non-profit corporation that promotes the auxiliary services profession through NACAS, announced today...
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NACASTODAY – August 2019In this issue of NACASTODAY:
- Membership Minute: CASP
- Campus Care Grant
- C3X: New Speaker Announced
- Member Benefit of the Month: College Services
- Staff Spotlight: Jaclyn Galan, Accounting Coordinator Learn More
NACASTODAY – July 2019In this issue of NACASTODAY:
- Member Spotlight: Jim Dwyer, ASU
- NACAS Volunteer Deadline Approaching
- Ask a CASP: Diane Reynolds, VCU
- Member Benefit of the Month: Recorded Webinars
- Staff Spotlight: Lindsay Hodges, Registrar and Operations Coordinator Learn More
NACAS Founder and First President, Dr. Wright L. Lassiter, Jr., Passes AwayOne of the association’s founders and the first NACAS president, Dr. Wright L. Lassiter, Jr., passed away on Monday, July 1, at his home in Dallas. He was 85. A minister, author, and educator, Lassiter left a huge impact on his own community and within the greater higher education landscape. Learn More
NACASTODAY – June 2019In this issue of NACASTODAY, learn about the Campus Care Grant, Award Nominations, and the Institute for Leadership & Management.
NACAS Foundation Announces Campus Care GrantThe NACAS Foundation is pleased to announce the establishment of the Campus Care Grant. This grant awards up to $25,000 annually to programs or services that support student achievement by addressing a basic need of students on campus, such as housing, food, mobility, safety, academic resources, and counseling. The NACAS Foundation developed the Campus Care Grant to expand the level of support campuses can provide to students through service delivery.
NACAS Foundation Announces 2019 Mereese Ladson Scholarship RecipientsThe NACAS Foundation, a non-profit corporation that promotes the auxiliary services profession through NACAS, announced today they have awarded the 2019 Mereese Ladson Diversity Scholarship to:
- Reggie Love, Director of Business Services, Coppin State University
- Esmeralda Valdez, Executive Director of University Services, University of Houston
- Tricia Ejima-Zane, Director of Bookstores, University of Hawai'i at Manoa