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Campus Religious, Secular, and Spiritual Programs Revised Standards Now Available

CAS is pleased to announce the release of the revised standards for Campus Religious, Secular, and Spiritual Programs (CRSSP). Standards and Self-Assessment Guide are now available for purchase.

CAS Presents Revised Standards for Collegiate Recreation Programs

The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education is pleased to announce the release of the revised standards for Collegiate Recreation Programs (CRP).

CAS Introduces Revised Standards for Learning Assistance Programs

CAS releases revised standards for Learning Assistance Programs to provide a universal vocabulary and reflect nuanced aspects of the functional area.

Make the Most of Your Resources: How to Read CAS Standards

CAS Executive Director Marybeth Drechsler Sharp reflects on her first exposure to CAS materials, and she shares her thoughts on how to maximize using the standards and self-assessment tools.

Remembering Theodore "Ted" K. Miller, CAS Founding President

Founding CAS editor and president, Ted Miller, passed away in August 2016. CAS remembers Ted for his many contributions to our association and the field of student affairs at large.

Insights from the Interns: Activities for Using a CAS Review for Strategic Planning

Finishing a CAS Review? CAS Staff Assistant Kimberly Kruchen offers ideas for several activities to infuse your results into strategic planning efforts.

CAS Presents Revised Standards for Clinical Health Services and Health Promotion Services

Standards for Clinical Health Services (CHS) and Health Promotion Services (HPS) were recently revised and released by the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education.

CAS Board of Directors elects two to association leadership

The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) proudly congratulates two members of the Board of Directors on their recent elections to leadership positions within the association.

CAS Welcomes New Member Organization: Higher Education Case Managers Association (HECMA)

CAS recently admitted its 43rd member organization - the Higher Education Case Managers Association (HECMA).

Insights from the Interns: The CAS Circle

CAS Intern, Lindsey Templeton, shares her thoughts on the purpose of CAS framed by Simon Sinek's (2009) book, Start with Why.
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