2018 New Mexico Association of Student Affairs Professionals Symposium

Matt Lump, University of New Mexico

November 30, 2017

Funding for Higher Education, Campus Climate, and Immigration
February 22-23, 2018

NMASAP will be holding the 2018 Symposium on UNM Main campus in Albuquerque, NM (UNM Student Union Ballroom) on February 22-23, 2018. Three diverse panels consisting of faculty, staff and students from several New Mexico colleges and universities will discuss critical topics such as:

  • Funding for Higher Education
  • Campus Climate
  • Immigration

We plan for this to be interactive, educational and informative for all attendees. Please join us in discussing these challenging issues in a productive and optimistic setting where we can all come together and share ideas to make our campuses more inclusive.

NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY: Join us on Thursday, Feb. 22 (4-6pm) to meet new people and to become acquainted with student affairs professionals from across the state at UNM’s University Club.  Don’t forget to bring business cards.

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS: We highly encourage student attendance and participation at NMASAP. If you are able identify students that are interested in or that can benefit from the topics of the conference, we encourage you to reach out and invite them to attend. A limited number of student scholarships will be available on a first come, first serve basis. For additional information, please contact NMASAP at [email protected].

For details and additional information, please visit our website at: http://nmasap.unm.edu/. Please send any questions to [email protected].

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in February!

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