Hear From Experts on Designing Your Mission for Student Success at the ACE Midwest Fall Summit
Published: October 07, 2019

In today’s competitive market, colleges and universities must be very clear on the unique value proposition that their institution offers to students. Campus leaders will develop the tools and strategies to do so at ACE’s Midwest Fall ​Summit, “Reclaiming the High Ground: Aligning Value and Student Success.”

The day-and-a-half-long summit will take place Oct. 28-29 in Kansas City, Missouri. Participants will discover how campuses can thrive in the current landscape by identifying their unique value proposition, communicating it to key stakeholders, and delivering on its promises. During this event, attendees will explore data on student demographics in tandem with current public expectations of higher education to design a strategy that will help reconsider institutional mission and articulate the particular promises that each institution offers students.

Speakers will include: 

  • Ted Mitchell, president, ACE

  • Terry Hartle, senior vice president, ACE

  • Amelia Parnell, vice president for research and Policy, NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

  • Susan Whealler Johnston, president and CEO, National Association of College and University Business Officers

  • Nelson Soto, provost and vice president for academic affairs, Union Institute and University

College and university leaders can register now to attend. We encourage institutions to send leadership teams consisting of at least three individuals whose collective work will address the alignment of value with student success. Click here​ to learn more and to register.

​Please reach out to ACELeadership@acenet.edu​ with any questions.