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Long-Time NACAS Volunteer and Auxiliary Services Visionary, Ken White, Passes AwayKen White—Planner, Designer, Author, and Publisher—died peacefully at 97 years old on May 3, 2020, in Phoenix, Arizona, where he retired. His passion for the industries he served made him an active member, sought-after speaker and trade workshop leader for NeoCon, the Institute of Store Planners (ISP-President NYC chapter), the National Association of College Stores (NACS), the National Association of Auxiliary Services (NACAS) and the American Booksellers Association (ABA). Learn More
NACAS CEO “Takes Over” Placemakers PodcastDr. TJ Logan (Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at Temple University and Director of Campus Planning at MSC Retail) shakes things up this week as guest Kelsey Finn (CEO of NACAS) asks him and Clayton Mitchell (Senior Vice President of Real Estate and Facilities at Jefferson) the questions! The result? Great content and perspective that you don't wanna miss. Learn More
Enrollment and Auxiliary Services in the Wake of COVID-19By: Jeffrey Tice, Director of Membership, NACAS
Greetings, NACAS! I am excited to contribute to our new Perspectives series to talk to you about an area of higher education that I am passionate about: Enrollment management. What members probably do not know about me is that I SPENT the majority of my higher education career working in enrollment management. I have done everything from hitting the road attending college fairs, reading applications, and planning and hosting events for an R1 research institution. Learn More
We’re ready to move with you through the uncertaintyBy Donna-Jo Pepito, Director of Education and Research Strategy, NACAS
We are past the halfway point of 2020 and what a year this has turned out to be! Like many of you, the team at NACAS had big expectations to look forward to this year. For me, I was looking forward to finally feeling “settled” at work after a couple of years of everything feeling so new. Learn More
2020 Student Author Contest Winners AnnouncedNACAS, the largest auxiliary and ancillary services organization serving higher education, is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Student Author Contest. The Student Author Contest is an annual competition where students provide real-world examples of how auxiliary services impact their own personal campus experience. Learn More
It’s time for a change.As auxiliary services professionals, it is our job to ensure the collective well being of the students we serve. NACAS cannot and will not remain silent. To all members of the black community and those who have been impacted by the recent and longstanding senseless acts of violence: We hear you, we see you, and we stand with you in the fight against systemic racism. Learn More
South CX 2020 COVID-19 UpdateDue to a number of developments related to the COVID-19 outbreak, including the World Health Organization declaring the outbreak a pandemic, the issuance of numerous governmental advisories and prohibitions against group meetings, and the institution of travel bans applicable to many college employees, the NACAS South CX conference scheduled for April 4-8, 2020 in Dallas, TX, will be postponed to June 28 - July 1, 2020. The conference will be hosted at the same location at the Hyatt Regency Dallas. We are working diligently to reschedule speakers and other details for this conference and will be in touch with further details as soon as they are available. Learn More
NACAS CEO Participates in “Placemakers” PodcastIn this podcast, MSC Retail sits down with Kelsey Finn, CEO of NACAS and Matthew Stein, VP of MSCU to talk about The World Beyond the Classroom.
Will the traditional college campus be relevant in the future? Today, it seems that everything in higher education is in question. Now more than ever it’s important for us to have those tough conversations about what the future holds. This podcast explores various topics with higher ed "placemakers": Those professionals who are in the business of making college campuses places where people want to be. Each week they will explore the future of the college campus in a very uncertain world. Learn More