August 25, 2022
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Last Chance to Take Survey and Enter Drawing to Win $100
To enhance the conference experience in Fort Collins, CO, we ask that you consider topics that you would like for us to tackle. Please take the short survey and assist us in providing a rich and meaningful conference for all attendees. Complete the survey and enter to win a cash prize of $100. We're eager to hear from you!
Water Cooler Chat: Addressing Off-campus Student Housing
During this water cooler chat, the hosts will spend time discussing student housing issues off-campus affecting member institutions this fall and creative solutions to address these issues. All are welcome and we look forward to a lively conversation. You must pre-register for this event on Aug. 25 at 12:00pm. (ET).
A Message From 2023 Conference Hosts
Check out Visit Fort Collins and start planning your adventure — after you help us plan the conference tracks! We’re eager to hear from you. 
Fort Collins is a vibrant city with hundreds of local eateries, pubs, boutiques and is home to Colorado State University. Our quaint Old Town, which inspired Main Street U.S.A. in Disneyland, is walking distance from CSU and a hub of FoCo nightlife. With 300 days of sunshine, snow-capped mountains, idyllic lakes, and clear-running rivers, there is outdoor adventure for the most experienced rock climber…or a beginning fly fisher.

Save the Date: June 7-9, 2023
National & International Headlines
Doing Well and Doing Good: One Partnership at a Time
Launched in 2021, the Albion College Community Collaborative is a liberal arts education initiative that requires at its core students to serve as management consultants with community organizations seeking to solve social, community and organizational issues.
UGA Helping Rural Downtowns Experience a Renaissance
It's a story that's helped many smaller towns and cities across the state where faculty and students in UGA's Georgia Downtown Renaissance Fellowship are making a difference. The program enlists graduate students to help breathe new life into Georgia's small rural cities.
HBCU's Building New Prison-to-College Pipeline
The initiative began in 2004 with the Chapel Hill Police Department identifying houses that were having problems year after year with things like noise levels, trash collection and parking.
Grant Application Bootcamp: Register Your City
Over the next two years, there will be at least 30 bootcamps, each tied to a specific category of funding available as part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The first offerings are available this fall.
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