KC Spotlight - Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations


Author
Pat Mahon, NAPSA IV-W Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations KC Representative

Published
October 2, 2017


July 26-28, 2018 at the University of Albany, SUNY

  • Have great programming ideas, need to renovate/build a new facility or wish to enhance your department, but lack funding?
  • Want to partner with community members but don’t know where to start?
  • Need to navigate working with loyal alumni and friends of the university to ask for in kind gifts and donations?
  • Is it ok to go fundraising without checking with others at the university?
  • Not enough scholarship dollars to attract students to your university?
  • Considering a career shift to fundraising?
  • Boss informed you that it is everyone’s job to raise funds?
  • Been in the fundraising business for years but desire new ideas and best practices? 

If these are questions that you are encountering, start planning now to attend the 2018 NASPA Student Affairs Fundraising Conference, sponsored by NASPA and the Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations KC. The conference will be held July 26-July 28, 2018 at the University of Albany, SUNY. More information and call for proposals will be posted soon:

https://www.naspa.org/events/2018safc.

Please contact me if you have questions or seek additional information. Sincerely, Pat

Patricia “Pat” Mahon, IV W
NASPA IV-W Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations Chair
VPSA/Dean of Students
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (Rapid City)
605-394-2416


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