Connect With NACUA 

One of the greatest resources NACUA provides is the platform for our members to network and connect with each other to solve problems and discuss current issues in higher education law. NACUANET, our professional networking platform and listserv, is your first step in connecting with colleagues. You can also connect with colleagues by joining an Affinity group, searching for members in the online directory, or signing up for the NACUAMentors program.


NACUANET is the professional networking platform and listserv of the National Association of College and University Attorneys, and is available free to NACUA member attorneys. Members use this platform to ask for and provide advice on specific campus situations and provide information on recent legislation and caselaw.

Affinity Groups

Affinity Groups are self-organized and self-governing groups that meet based on a commonality of regional, institutional, or other interest. Groups can connect on NACUANET or meet informally to discuss common interests.

NACUA Member Institutions

NACUA has more than 1,800 institutional campus members and over 4,500 attorney representatives. Members are accredited, non-profit, degree-granting institutions from two-year and four-year, public and private sectors of higher education. Members can search the directory to find member institutions and attorney representatives.  

NACUA Staff Contact Information

Do you have questions about NACUA or want to learn more about getting involved? We are here to help.

View a list of NACUA staff members and contact us with questions

NACUA Leadership

NACUA is governed by a Board of Directors and it maintains a commitment to volunteer participation through its Committees. 

Learn more about the current Board of Directors and Committees.


Are you looking for ways to promote your organization or firm to leaders in higher education law? 

NACUA sponsorship provides this unique opportunity.