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NACA - Homecoming in the Time of COVID-19
Institution: NACA
Author(s): NACA
Published: 5/28/2020   
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This is a collaborative Google Sheet to collect information about what different institutions are doing for their Homecoming this year.
  • NACA Publications
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Spirit / Traditions
  • Student Engagement
  • Virtual Engagement

  • Fall Plans Proposal for Shippensburg University
    Institution: Shippensburg University
    Author(s): Melissa McNelis and Mike Duignan
    Published: 5/26/2020   
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    This document is a proposal for plans for the fall, looking at a series of 50/50, all online, start in-person moving back to online, delayed start and not starting until winter.
  • Planning
  • Risk Management
  • Student Employees
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Government
  • Student Organizations
  • Student Unions
  • Virtual Engagement

  • Fall Plans Proposal for Shippensburg University - Executive Summary
    Institution: Shippensburg University
    Author(s): Melissa McNelis and Mike Duignan
    Published: 5/26/2020   
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    This is the accompanying executive summary to the Fall Plans Proposal, which provides some of the major highlights of the document.
  • Planning
  • Risk Management
  • Student Employees
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Government
  • Student Organizations
  • Student Unions
  • Virtual Engagement

  • Parent & Family Day Plan Proposal for Shippensburg University
    Institution: Shippensburg University
    Author(s): Michael Duignan
    Published: 5/26/2020   
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    This is a proposed plan for Parent & Family Day. This provides a layout of an in-person, virtual series, and list of individuals to connect with and potential questions.
  • Planning
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Risk Management
  • Spirit / Traditions

  • Event Conversions, Fall 2020 Planning Aide
    Institution: Tulane University
    Author(s): Katie Cannella
    Published: 5/21/2020   
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    This document outlines Tulane's events and how they might be converted based on different physical distancing guidelines for the fall.
  • Planning
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Risk Management
  • Virtual Engagement

  • Simpson College Student Activities Fall 2020 Planning Phases
    Institution: Simpson College
    Author(s): Rich Ramos
    Published: 5/21/2020   
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    Attached are a map and outline of the fall 2020 event planning for student activities events and programs on campus. The map and outline are laid out in phases as the college and nation work through COVID-19 and attempts to re-open our campuses.
  • Orientation
  • Planning
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Risk Management
  • Spirit / Traditions
  • Student Organizations
  • Student Unions
  • Virtual Engagement

  • Thinking Ahead: Considerations for Student Involvement Fairs
    Institution: NACA
    Author(s): NACA
    Published: 5/20/2020   
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    This resource offers guiding questions on what to consider when approaching Student Involvement Fairs that may be impacted by social distancing and/or attendance restrictions. This resource builds upon the "Considerations for Fall Programming" resource and includes some of those considerations in case a person using this Student Involvement Fair resource has not read the "Considerations for Fall Programming" resource.
  • NACA Publications
  • National Publications
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Organizations
  • Virtual Engagement
  • Event Management

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Keeping our Student Leaders Motivated" webinar
    Institution: Metropolitan Community Colleges of Kansas City, Coastal Carolina University, North Carolina A&T State University, College of Staten Island-CUNY, Jason LeVasseur & The Rock Star Project, and Salt Lake Community College-Taylorsville Redwood
    Author(s): Shelby Coxon, Brittany Donatelli-Parks, Kyonna Henry, Debi Kee, Jason LeVasseur, and Brandi Mair
    Published: 5/19/2020   
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    COVID-19 has changed the landscape of how we communicate with, recruit, retain, train and engage our student leaders. Join members of NACA's National Volunteer Development Team and other professional staff and associate members for a conversation on how to keep our leaders motivated in their leadership roles on campus. The webinar chat can also be found in ENCORE.
  • NACA Events
  • Recruitment & Retention
  • Student Engagement
  • Training
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Keeping Our Student Leaders Motivated" webinar chat
    Institution: Metropolitan Community Colleges of Kansas City, Coastal Carolina University, North Carolina A&T State University, College of Staten Island-CUNY, Jason LeVasseur & The Rock Star Project, and Salt Lake Community College-Taylorsville Redwood
    Author(s): Shelby Coxon, Brittany Donatelli-Parks, Kyonna Henry, Debi Kee, Jason LeVasseur, and Brandi Mair
    Published: 5/19/2020   
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    COVID-19 has changed the landscape of how we communicate with, recruit, retain, train and engage our student leaders. Join members of NACA's National Volunteer Development Team and other professional staff and associate members for a conversation on how to keep our leaders motivated in their leadership roles on campus. The webinar recording can also be found in ENCORE.
  • NACA Events
  • Recruitment & Retention
  • Student Engagement
  • Training
  • Virtual Engagement

  • Gen Z College Student Reactions to COVID-19 - And What This Means For Brands
    Institution: Riddle & Bloom
    Author(s): Riddle & Bloom
    Published: 5/19/2020   
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    From April 8-12, 2020, Riddle & Bloom conducted a nationwide survey to understand the effect COVID-19 has had on Gen Z college students. The data referenced were gathered from 2,486 respondents following a near-100% campus closure rate. Participants responded from 48 of 50 states and Canada, and from the following class years: Freshmen (10%), Sophomores (21%), Juniors (31%), Seniors (36%), and Other (2%).
  • Assessment / Evaluation
  • College Students / Student Development
  • National Reports / Policies

  • "Coffee & Conversations: A Day in the Life" webinar
    Institution: How to Concerts, Westchester Community College, Stephen F. Austin State University, Party People, and Houla Entertainment
    Author(s): Jolene Chevalier, Adam Frank, Saville Harris, David Hulme, and Lee Mayer
    Published: 5/14/2020   
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    Join us for this Coffee & Conversations, where a panel of campus and entertainment professionals discussed how their work has changed, including how they are handling the shift from in person to virtual events.
  • NACA Events
  • Professional Development
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Student Organizations Fairs" webinar
    Institution: University of Central Florida, The Ohio State University, Simpson College, and Dillard University
    Author(s): Joseph Kimber, Jr., Jen Pelletier, Rich Ramos, and Courtney Williams
    Published: 5/12/2020   
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    Join us for this Coffee & Conversations, where we discussed planning for your student organization/involvement fairs in case you have to go virtual, incorporate social distancing, or prepare for attendee restrictions. The chat from the webinar can also be found in ENCORE.
  • NACA Events
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Recruitment & Retention
  • Student Organizations
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Student Organizations Fairs" webinar chat
    Institution: University of Central Florida, The Ohio State University, Simpson College, and Dillard University
    Author(s): Joseph Kimber, Jr., Jen Pelletier, Rich Ramos, and Courtney Williams
    Published: 5/12/2020   
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    Join us for this Coffee & Conversations, where we discussed planning for your student organization/involvement fairs in case you have to go virtual, incorporate social distancing, or prepare for attendee restrictions. The webinar recording can also be found in ENCORE.
  • NACA Events
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Recruitment & Retention
  • Student Organizations
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • NACA - Involvement Fairs in the Time of COVID-19
    Institution: NACA
    Author(s): NACA
    Published: 5/12/2020   
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    This is a collaborative Google Sheet to collect information about what different institutions are doing for their involvement fairs this year.
  • Benchmarking
  • NACA Publications
  • Recruitment & Retention
  • School Member Resources
  • Student Organizations
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • Inter-assocation Well-being Definition
    Institution: Various Higher Education Associations
    Author(s): Health and Well-being in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success
    Published: 5/8/2020   
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    Health and Well-being in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success commits to innovating, supporting, and fostering a holistic, integrated, and strategic approach to well-being from the association level to the institutional level. In our pursuit to co-create cultures of integrated well-being on campuses worldwide, we want to ensure we are building from a shared understanding and foundation. Since there was not an existing definition that defined well-being, especially as it applies to higher education, the members of our organizations asked that one be created. To this end, we have worked together — as a community of experts from across our respective fields — to review the many existing well-being theories and to adapt those theories and language into an overarching definition of well-being for higher education.
  • Health & Wellness
  • National Publications
  • Student Affairs / Higher Education

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion" webinar
    Institution: University of South Florida-Tampa, California State University-Northridge, Georgia State University, Rollins College, High Point University, University of North Carolina Asheville, and Centralia College
    Author(s): Ren Bradley-Tyler, Xiomara Carranza, Yabi Demissie, Dey Gonzalez, Jodi Jabs, Dexter Overall, and Jessica Ramirez
    Published: 5/7/2020   
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    Join us for this Coffee & Conversations, where members of NACA’s Diversity Advisory Group (DAG) moderated a community conversation around topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion including an intro to DAG, a space to share experiences, and ideas on how to move forward.
  • Diversity / Social Justice
  • NACA Events
  • Virtual Engagement

  • Thinking Ahead: Considerations for Fall Programming
    Institution: NACA
    Author(s): NACA
    Published: 5/7/2020   
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    This resource offers guiding questions based on discussions with campus professionals about what to consider when approaching fall programming, especially those programs that traditionally occur during the beginning of the academic year and may be most impacted by social distancing and/or attendance restrictions. The resources is divided into three parts focused on In-Person Programming, Working with Student Leaders/Organizations, and Programming Alternatives & Options.
  • Advising
  • Health & Wellness
  • NACA Publications
  • National Publications
  • Planning
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Recruitment & Retention
  • Risk Management
  • Security
  • Spirit / Traditions
  • Student Engagement
  • Student Organizations
  • Technology
  • Training
  • Virtual Engagement
  • Event Management

  • May Associate Chat- Open Forum
    Institution: Associate Membership
    Author(s): Associate Advisory Group
    Published: 5/6/2020   
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    Our May Associate Chat is an open discussion for all to join and share their experiences and give feedback on different topics throughout the year. This forum focuses on transitioning to virtual programming.
  • Associate Member Resources
  • NACA Events
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Bridging the Gap Between Faculty and Staff to Support Students" webinar
    Institution: Indiana University-Bloomington, Bridgewater State University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and The University of Tampa
    Author(s): Danielle DeSawal, Cindy Kane, David Rosch, and Stephanie Russell Krebs
    Published: 5/5/2020   
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    Join us for this Coffee & Conversations, where we discussed how faculty and staff can work together to support students.
  • College Students / Student Development
  • Faculty
  • NACA Events
  • Student Affairs / Higher Education
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Summer Engagement" webinar
    Institution: Old Dominion University, NACA Office, and University of South Carolina Aiken
    Author(s): Grant Deppen, Sarah Keeling, and Ahmed Samaha
    Published: 4/30/2020   
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    Join us for this Coffee & Conversations, where a panel of practitioners shared how they are engaging with students and remaining professionally engaged over the summer.
  • NACA Events
  • Professional Development
  • Student Engagement
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Graduate Students" webinar
    Institution: Rollins College, Florida International University, The Ohio State University, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and NACA's Graduate Assistant for Education & Research
    Author(s): Mary Balise, Kayla Cabrera, Hannah Gant, Davanta Parker, and Lukas Wymer
    Published: 4/28/2020   
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    Join fellow graduate students for this Coffee & Conversations, where we discussed numerous topics affecting graduate students during the COVID-19 pandemic including: job and internship postponement, Zoom interviews, student staff support, and more.
  • Graduate Students
  • NACA Events
  • Professional Development
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Theory to Application in the Virtual Space" webinar
    Institution: DePaul University, Oklahoma State University, Cameron University, and University of Dayton
    Author(s): Rigo Gutierrez, Kayla Loper, Zeak Naifeh, Jillian Van Auken
    Published: 4/23/2020   
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    Join us for this Coffee & Conversations, where a panel of practitioners shared how they are applying student development theory in the virtual space of programming and student advising.
  • Advising
  • College Students / Student Development
  • NACA Events
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Level Up Your Student Organization Awards" webinar
    Institution: University of Nebraska–Lincoln
    Author(s): Melissa Griffith Phelps
    Published: 4/23/2020   
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    Celebrating student organization success is a great way to round out any academic year. At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), we have been hosting Student Impact Awards for many years – each with varying success. In 2018-2019, we took some additional time to review the mission purpose of the event to ensure we were best celebrating our student’s success. We found ways to fold in additional features, recruit a more diverse nomination pool, and publicly celebrate all nominees. Join us to learn more about how we Leveled Up our student impact awards and hopefully brainstorm new ideas for your campus. Also included in ENCORE are the awards description packet, sample rubric, and presentation slides (which includes the video referenced in the recording).
  • NACA Events
  • Recognition
  • Student Organizations
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Level Up Your Student Organization Awards" webinar awards description packet
    Institution: University of Nebraska–Lincoln
    Author(s): Melissa Griffith Phelps
    Published: 4/23/2020   
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    Celebrating student organization success is a great way to round out any academic year. At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), we have been hosting Student Impact Awards for many years – each with varying success. In 2018-2019, we took some additional time to review the mission purpose of the event to ensure we were best celebrating our student’s success. We found ways to fold in additional features, recruit a more diverse nomination pool, and publicly celebrate all nominees. Join us to learn more about how we Leveled Up our student impact awards and hopefully brainstorm new ideas for your campus. Also included in ENCORE are the recording, presentation slides (which includes the video referenced in the recording), and sample rubric.
  • NACA Events
  • Recognition
  • Student Organizations
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Level Up Your Student Organization Awards" webinar sample rubric
    Institution: University of Nebraska–Lincoln
    Author(s): Melissa Griffith Phelps
    Published: 4/23/2020   
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    Celebrating student organization success is a great way to round out any academic year. At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), we have been hosting Student Impact Awards for many years – each with varying success. In 2018-2019, we took some additional time to review the mission purpose of the event to ensure we were best celebrating our student’s success. We found ways to fold in additional features, recruit a more diverse nomination pool, and publicly celebrate all nominees. Join us to learn more about how we Leveled Up our student impact awards and hopefully brainstorm new ideas for your campus. Also included in ENCORE are the awards description packet, recording, and presentation slides (which includes the video referenced in the recording).
  • NACA Events
  • Recognition
  • Student Organizations
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Level Up Your Student Organization Awards" webinar slides
    Institution: University of Nebraska–Lincoln
    Author(s): Melissa Griffith Phelps
    Published: 4/23/2020   
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    Celebrating student organization success is a great way to round out any academic year. At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), we have been hosting Student Impact Awards for many years – each with varying success. In 2018-2019, we took some additional time to review the mission purpose of the event to ensure we were best celebrating our student’s success. We found ways to fold in additional features, recruit a more diverse nomination pool, and publicly celebrate all nominees. Join us to learn more about how we Leveled Up our student impact awards and hopefully brainstorm new ideas for your campus. Also included in ENCORE are the awards description packet, sample rubric, and recording.
  • NACA Events
  • Recognition
  • Student Organizations
  • Technology
  • Virtual Engagement

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Recognizing Our Everyday Volunteers" webinar
    Institution: Teh Community College of Baltimore, College of Staten Island-CUNY, North Carolina A&T State University, and Metropolitan Community Colleges of Kansas City
    Author(s): Crissy Hoffman, Debi Kee, Kyonna Henry, and Shelby Coxon
    Published: 4/21/2020   
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    Join your colleagues for this Coffee & Conversations, where NACA's National Volunteer Development Team will facilitate conversation on recognizing your college's everyday volunteers who go above and beyond. You can also find the accompanying "Coffee & Conversations: Recognizing Our Everyday Volunteers" webinar Google Spreadsheet in ENCORE.
  • NACA Events
  • Recognition
  • Virtual Engagement
  • Volunteers

  • "Coffee & Conversations: Recognizing Our Everyday Volunteers" webinar Google Spreadsheet
    Institution: NACA
    Author(s): NACA Office and National Volunteer Development Team
    Published: 4/21/2020   
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    Responses to the following questions from the Coffee and Conversation on recognizing our everyday volunteers: Who are your everyday volunteers? How are you recognizing your current volunteers? Are there any ideas for how to recognize these volunteers virtually?
  • NACA Events
  • NACA Publications
  • Recognition
  • Virtual Engagement
  • Volunteers

  • "Women in Business & Leadership Panel" webinar
    Institution: Rebelle Events, Out of the Box Booking, and How To Concerts LLC
    Author(s): Melissa Beer, Sue Boxrud, and Jolene Chevalier
    Published: 4/15/2020   
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    Where do you see yourself in the next few years? If you’ve ever considered running your own business, leading your campus organization, or being a part of the executive suite at a company, come learn from three NACA veterans who have made these leaps throughout their careers! Discuss best practices, lessons learned along the way and ask all of your questions so you can set yourself up to succeed!
  • Business Management
  • Leadership Development
  • NACA Events

  • NACA NPL 2020 Virtual Session: "Best Day of My Life" - Tips and Tricks to Improve the Audience Experience
    Institution: How To Concerts LLC
    Author(s): Jolene Chevalier
    Published: 4/15/2020   
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    Today’s college students are looking for a unique concert experience! They want pics to post on social media, to meet the artist if they can, and stories to tell afterwards. Give them the “Best Day of Their Life” and your audience will build every time you do an event.
  • Marketing
  • NACA Events
  • Planning
  • Programming / Event Management
  • Social Media
  • Student Engagement
  • Event Management
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