Message from the Chair
Welcome to the Student Affairs Fundraising and Communications KC! This group of professionals is dedicated to sharing knowledge about fundraising, communication, and various other methods for connecting with external constituents. We hope you will join our email list, follow us on social media and assist in sharing information pertinent to this growing field!
The vision of the Student Affairs Fundraising and Communications Knowledge Community is to enable NASPA members to develop fundraising knowledge and skills to enhance programs and services for Student Affairs at their individual institutions
To provide development professionals working in (or connected with) Student Affairs a "home" within NASPA
To provide Senior Student Affairs Officers a place to connect for the latest fundraising strategies and information
To sponsor an annual smaller best practice based conference for professionals to exchange fundraising knowledge
To enhance connections from different regions throughout the United States and abroad, different types of institutions and across a variety of functional areas of Student Affairs (i.e. Housing, Union, etc.)
Continue to recruit membership for leadership team as needed
Organize annual Student Affairs Fundraising conference (held in Summer)
Recruit new members through national and regional conferences and colleagues from our individual and neighboring institutions
Increase more KC program submission for regional and national conferences
Increase technology use through learning from the other Knowledge Communities the best practices for member outreach
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One of the best resources available to you is the wide range of professional development opportunities. This list contains both our “Hosted Events,” workshops and webinars that we plan and manage, and some “Related Events,” hosted by the NASPA Central Office or other NASPA Constituent Groups. To see a full listing of NASPA events, please see the Events page.
Knowledge Community leaders are NASPA volunteers who have generously devoted their time to their Knowledge Community. Chairs are elected by the Knowledge Community members while Regional representatives are selected from within the Region. Additional roles are selected by the Knowledge Community.
The Student Affairs Fundraising and Communications Knowledge Community compiled the following list of resources; however, inclusion on this list does not represent an endorsement of the information, site, or organization by NASPA and any of its entities.
Check out our new blog post “Strengthening External Relations in the Classroom” by Blake Weiss. The post is about a course designed to equip students with the theoretical foundations for solving the complex issues shared by both the university and local community. The post can be found here: https://www.naspa.org/blog/strengthening-external-relations-in-the-classroom