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Regional and Branch Campus Administrators 2014 Conference

 

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    Photo Credit: Melanie Baldwin                                                                                                                                                                                  

 

The New Normal: Significant Changes Impacting Branch Campuses

June 15 - 18, 2014

 

For more than three decades, the Regional and Branch Campus Administrators Conference has been a leading forum for the discussion of issues pertinent to regional and branch campuses.  Regional branch campuses have long been the providers of access and often a more affordable education.   Many will describe their efforts as innovative and with an entrepreneurial spirit intended to sustain their mission of serving students of their local community and geographical area.  Senior leaders have seen dramatic changes over the last 15 years that impact the way we plan, think, reach our students and fulfill our mission.  This conference seeks to identify recent changes and trends impacting our operation and efforts to be responsive and agile in a changing world.

 

Who Should Attend?

 

The conference is specifically intended for leaders of a branch campus that function as a chief academic and administrative officer for that site that typically have the title of Campus President, Provost, Dean, Associate Dean, Campus Director.  The conference encourages attendance by those in leadership roles aspiring to higher levels of leadership in branch campus administration.  It is a conference presented by senior leadership for leadership.

 

Conference Location

 

This 2014 conference will be held at the Longboat Key Club and Resort in Longboat Key, Florida (See Google Map).  Additional information about the resort and on making reservations at the RBCA rate can be found on our Resort Reservations page.

 

RBCA is sponsored by Ohio University's Office of Regional Higher Education.

 

 
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