LEARNING COMMUNITIES

Learning Communities provide opportunities for administrators, faculty, and staff from NACU campuses to share best practices and consult with one another to enhance institutional effectiveness through improved curriculum, pedagogy, research, and systems.

“NACU creates a learning community and confidential resource network that are invaluable when seeking input on strategic decisions.”

Devorah Lieberman, President, University of La Verne

Those who participate find candid conversations and a willingness to share both successes and challenges in this trusted network. Together everyone is working toward a common purpose — to successfully prepare students for life and work through the integration of liberal, professional, and civic education.

There are currently 17 learning communities, including:

Faculty from NACU campuses gather at 2019 Summer Institute
  • Admissions and Enrollment Management
  • Advancement
  • Chief Diversity Officers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chiefs of Staff
  • Civic Engagement
  • Communications, Marketing and Public Relations
  • Executive Assistants
  • General Counsels
  • Global Study/Study Abroad
  • Honors Program Directors
  • Human Resources
  • Institutional Research
  • Presidents
  • Provosts/VPAAs
  • Student Affairs

Please contact Michelle Apuzzio for the following information if you would like to be added to any of these groups, if you would like the group email address, and/or if you would like the directory for people in these groups.

Please note that NACU Learning Community group emails are only for the use of administrators, faculty, and staff at NACU campuses.