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  • American Association of University Administrators (AAUA)

    American Association of University Administrators is a non-profit professional organization for higher education leaders and administrative personnel. It is the only professional association for individuals who are interested in the entire range of higher education management (from department chair/unit director through president) in the entire diverse set of American colleges and universities (two- and four-year; public, private non-profit, private for-profit; comprehensive, research-focused, special mission).

    The stated mission of AAUA is to develop and advance superior standards and practices for the profession of higher education administration, particularly emphasizing the responsibility of administrators, at all levels, to demonstrate moral and ethical leadership in the exercise of all their duties. Our association works actively to:

    Promote the professional development of individuals engaged in the administration of higher education.
    Promulgate ethical and professional standards for administrators and institutions of higher education.
    Cultivate the mutuality of interests of those engaged in or concerned with the administration of higher education.
    Membership in AAUA helps support the association's mission. In addition, membership provides—for those members who have an interest—opportunities for professional networking and leadership. In addition to enrolling and serving a significant complement of administrators at the most senior levels, the association is also interested in assisting early-career practitioner administrators build/enhance their leadership portfolios by providing leadership opportunities through service on association committees, boards, and taskforces. Opportunities to collaborate on offering professional development services are available as well.

    Address: 10 Church Road | Wallingford, Pennsylvania 19086 – USA
    Phone: 814-460-6498  
    Fax: 610-565-8089

    Web: American Association of University Administrators
  • TEXAS - Texas Junior College Student Government Association Advisors Association

    We are a proud member of the Texas Junior College Student Government Association.

    The Texas Junior College Student Government Association is the only student maintained organization in the state that works to promote the cause of community college students at the local, regional, state and national level. We are composed of over 72 member colleges across the state.

    The member colleges are divided into six regional districts drawn at the county level. These regions meet at fall and annual conventions to coordinate activities and to help plan the state convention. 

    The advisors association is made up of advisors from member schools.


    Profile: Texas Junior College Student Government Association Advisors Association

    Web: TEXAS - Texas Junior College Student Government Association Advisors Association
  • The Ronald Reagan Institute

    The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the legacy of Ronald Reagan and his timeless principles of individual liberty, economic opportunity, global democracy, and national pride.  It sustains the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, the Ronald Reagan Institute, the Reagan Center for Public Affairs, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center, The Air Force One Pavilion and the award-winning Air Force One Discovery Center.  Located in Simi Valley, California, the Reagan Library houses over 55 million pages of Gubernatorial, Presidential and personal papers and over 60,000 gifts and artifacts chronicling the lives of Ronald and Nancy Reagan. It now also serves as the final resting place of America's 40th President and his first lady.

    Contact: Kimberly Flickinger, Program Coordinator 
     1455 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Suite 850, Washington, DC 20004

    Web: The Ronald Reagan Institute