Publications & Products
February 2016
Volume 5, Issue 8

Community College Advancement News

Two Approaches to Alumni Relations

When Stacey Lockhart arrived at Wenatchee Valley College in 2011, the alumni program was essentially nonexistent. Today, the WVC Alumni Association is on its way to showing return on investment and documenting measurable results. Read more...


Share Your Stuff in San Diego

Feb. 12 is the deadline to submit proposals for the 2016 Conference for Community College Advancement. The fifth annual event will have a new format to better meet the needs of attendees. Read more...


Congratulations to Alex Tech

The CASE survey of community college fundraising attitudes and expectations had more than 150 respondents. Of those, 31 institutions had responses from both the chief executive officer and the chief fundraiser, making them eligible for a drawing for two complimentary registrations to the 2016 Conference for Community College Advancement. The winner of the random drawing was Alexandria Technical and Community College in Minnesota. Survey findings will be released in late spring.

Make a Difference at CASE

CASE is currently seeking a new director of the Center for Community College Advancement to replace Paul Heaton, who has been promoted to director, Office of the President. Read the job description at CASE Career Central.

Welcome to CASE

The following institutions recently joined CASE:

  • Spartanburg Community College (Spartanburg, South Carolina)
  • Carl Sandburg College (Galesburg, Illinois)

Please share your questions and comments with Marc Westenburg via email at mwestenburg@case.org or +1 202 478 5570.

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