About NACA

Founded in 1960, the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) is a non-profit organization that empowers members to amplify the campus experience through inclusive learning, meaningful connections, and engaging entertainment that transforms college communities. NACA serves as the central hub for campus professionals, student leaders, entertainers, agents, vendors and other entities involved in the planning and execution of campus events and activities. The Association provides educational workshops and conferences, offers a range of professional development resources, networking opportunities, and maintains a database of vendors and performers.

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Mission, Vision, & Values

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Board of Directors

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Staff & Who to Contact

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History of NACA


Land Acknowledgment

We want to acknowledge that we, as an Association, work and live on the traditional and Native land of the Congaree Tribes. The Congaree people were a small tribe who suffered heavy losses via tribal feuds and smallpox. After fighting against the colony of South Carolina in the Yamasee War of 1715, over half of the Congaree were killed or enslaved. Those remaining moved further north to join the Catawba. Today, the Catawba Nation is the only federally recognized tribe in the state of South Carolina. The Congaree National Park and the Congaree River are vital parts of Columbia.