Experience in ELP allows participants to determine where they fit in the academy and to envision what their career path might look like, including a concrete next step. Participants graduate with the skills, connections, and support necessary to navigate the transition to administrative roles and also gain a national network of motivated peers.
Additionally, ELP provides the opportunity for participants to assess their individual leadership style and strengths and to apply the skills learned in the instructional portion of the program to a project/initiative on their home campus over the course of the academic year.
Who should participate: Early- to mid-career academic and administrative emerging leaders who are exploring opportunities to advance to mid-level administrative positions.
The 2022 program will cover the following topic areas:
ELP Faculty ELP has convened an impressive faculty of current and former presidents, chancellors, and subject matter experts.
Project Work Participants will lead a project or initiative at their home campuses over the course of the 2022 academic year, under the guidance of a designated mentor.
Click here to review project mentor guidelines.
Examples of university projects include the following:
ELP is designed to prepare the next generation of higher education administrators to be effective leaders; to view every decision through a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens; and to further their institutions’ path to equitable student success.
The 2022 Emerging Leaders Program will take place from June to December 2022.
Programming will be delivered in a blended format, including:
The cohort is limited to 30 participants.
The registration fee covers program administration, meals during the in-person intensive, and all materials.
Scholarships are available to accepted applicants from qualifying institutions.
Register no later than April 1, 2022.
Cancellations received in writing by March 15 will receive a full refund. Cancellations received by April 4 will incur the above administrative fees. Refunds are not available for cancellations after April 4. Email Kathleen Scott at
firstname.lastname@example.org and include “ELP Cancellation” in the subject line.
Refunds are processed 30 days from date of cancellation.
The Darcy – a pet friendly hotel
1515 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC 20005
Reserve hotel accommodations online by May 25, 2022, to secure the reduced rate for AASCU members. Reservation requests received after May 25 may be available at a higher rate.
Sleeping Room Options: 1 King bed: $259 plus 14.95% occupancy and local taxes.
Check-in time is 3:00 pm, and check-out time is 12:00 pm.
CONTACTKathleen Scott Vice President for Leadership Development and Partnerships
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