In This Section:

Strategic Priorities

Strategic Priority I:
Maintain NACUA’s Historic Commitment to Volunteer Participation in its Programming and Governance, with Attention to Diversity and Inclusiveness, and Find Ways to Engage Members that Complement Their Needs and Interests While Being Mindful of Workload Demands and Changing Circumstances.

Strategic Priority II:
Mindful of Changing Circumstances that Impact Member Resources and Needs, think Strategically and Creatively about NACUA’s Resources, Both Financial and Human, that Will Allow NACUA to Achieve its Mission and to be at the Forefront of Identifying Changing Needs and Providing Enhanced or Additional Services for the Membership. Conduct Internal Reviews of Major Areas and Programs of the Association on a Regular Basis to Achieve this Priority and to Streamline Activities and Operations Accordingly.

Strategic Priority III:
Provide a Range of Options for Professional and Personal Development Opportunities for NACUA Member Representatives that Respond to and Anticipate a Changing Environment and Facilitate Networking and Information Sharing.

Strategic Priority IV:
Review and Modify Programming and Learning to Meet Needs of Members.

Strategic Priority V:
Enhance Electronic Delivery of NACUA Programming, Legal Resources, Information and Other Services to and Among Members, Using State-of-the-Art Technologies.

Strategic Priority VI:
Leverage Existing and New Technologies to Respond to and Anticipate Changing Member Needs and Provide Enhanced Services and Programs to the Membership.

Strategic Priority VII:
Enhance Outreach to a Broad Spectrum of Potential College and University Members, to Further Increase the Diversity of NACUA Member Institutions, and Continue to Enhance Retention Efforts for New and Existing Members.

Strategic Priority VIII:
Expand Outreach to External Audiences for the Benefit of NACUA and its Member Institutions and Enhance NACUA’s Reputation Among Institutions and Associations as the Leading Organization on Issues Related to Higher Education Law. Serve as a Resource to Governmental Entities, as Appropriate, on Issues of Interest and Concern to NACUA Members. Serve as a Resource to the Press and to Other Associations by Identifying Members Who Can Respond to Inquiries.