Successful Collaboration Between Student Affairs and Auxiliaries

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Part of a series on cross-campus collaboration

Core Competencies: Facilities Management, Leadership, Management
Originally presented on December 4, 2008
This is the archived version

Project manager Paul M. Hagner refers to leadership, inclusion, and communication as, "Three crucial elements for systematic change." All three are necessary as college union and student activities professionals strive to impact the students, staff, and faculty they serve. Join colleagues as they share their experiences with bringing the masses together to create programs, solve problems, and encourage growth across the quad.

This online learning program is designed to help you learn how to create effective partnerships between student affairs and auxiliary departments by understanding the differences and similarities in their professional values and goals.

This program is available as part of a series about cross-campus collaborations, which includes a total of three archived sessions. More information on this event is available by following the links to the left.

The rest of the series includes:

Program Fees

ACUI members: $99.00
Non-members: $139.00

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Updated Feb. 7, 2016