Communities & Convening
We create opportunities for presidents, chancellors, and senior campus leaders of state colleges and universities to connect, engage and learn from their peers. By exchanging promising practices and insights and supporting one another our members strengthen the AASCU network and higher education.Contact us.
Explore upcoming member engagement opportunities.
- AASCU Washington Policy Update – February 2024
Feb. 28, 2024
- Practicing Democracy – March
Mar. 4-22, 2024
Online Workshops & Summits
- All-ADP Meeting: The Dirty Words in Democracy: Linguistic Trends, Complications, and Solutions in Democracy-Building on Campuses
Mar. 8, 2024
- Symposium for Presidents and Provosts: Understanding the Moment
Mar. 21, 2024
New York, NY
- Practicing Democracy – April
Apr. 5-26, 2024
Online Workshops & Summits
- 2024 GRC Virtual Funding Summit
Apr. 9-11, 2024
- All-ADP Meeting: Caring for the Earth: Building Coalitions to Advance Sustainability on Campuses
Apr. 12, 2024
- Charting Our Future: Preparing for the Next Ten Years of Student Success
Apr. 17-18, 2024
- 2024 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting
Jun. 5-7, 2024
- AASCU 2024 Summer Meeting for Academic and Student Affairs Leaders
Jul. 16-19, 2024
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Share ideas and strengthen your network by serving on an AASCU Standing Committee.
Presidents and chancellors are invited to serve on one or more of our Standing Committees to help advance higher education issues at the national level and support AASCU and our collective work. Committees are led by a presidential chair and/or vice chair.
Take advantage of networking and learning opportunities for presidential spouses and partners.
Benefit from shared experiences through AASCU’s Affinity Groups.
Presidents and chancellors of AASCU institutions receive specialized networking and support at the annual conference and throughout the year by participating in our Affinity Groups.
Use your expertise to drive action by participating in an AASCU task force.
AASCU task forces bring together the best and brightest from around our network in service to a time-bound initiative.
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Before leaving home
- AASCU strongly encourages all participants to be fully vaccinated. The CDC Vaccines website provides definitions of “Fully Vaccinated” and “Up To Date”.
Stay home if you feel unwell or have any COVID-19 symptoms or test positive for COVID-19. We recommend attendees wear masks while traveling to and from the event and follow COVID-19 safety practices in the days leading up to the event.
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Onsite during the event
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- If you are experiencing cold or COVID-19 symptoms please be respectful and wear a mask.
- Self-administered COVID-19 rapid antigen tests will be available at the registration desk. We encourage participants test themselves upon arrival before joining the conference.
- Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use an alcohol-based sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
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- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipes.
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AASCU reserves the right to modify these policies and procedures at any time given the rapidly changing nature of any current and ongoing public health emergencies.