In recognition of the 45th anniversary (1979-2024) of the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS), we are excited to announce the first of several giveaways throughout the year.
From February 2, 2024 through February 9, 2024, participants can enter to win a FREE Annual Subscription, a $999 value! The winner will be selected by random drawing from the first 45 entries to this form.
CAS President Gayle Spencer shares her thoughts on the upcoming year.
The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) is celebrating 45 years of Raising Standards in higher education and we would like to invite all members, readers, and users to join in the fun! No birthday party is complete without gifts, so we are excited to host several giveaways throughout the year, including one that begins next week!
For 45 years, the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) has been empowering higher education professionals to enhance student learning, development, and success.
CAS leadership will present two virtual sessions during Well-being in Higher Education week to discuss how to use CAS resources to increase well-being at higher education institutions.
If you have not already, please note CAS's new mailing address and update records accordingly:
2455 East Sunrise Boulevard, Suite 816
Fort Lauderdale, FL
CAS is excited to be a participating organization in the upcoming "Well-being in Higher Education" event series.
As we approach the end of another fall semester, and the end of 2023, it is customary to take time to reflect on the year and our experiences.
As I look back on this year, many things come to mind. First of all, I worry about all of us who work or go to school in higher education. We all are stressed and sometimes anxious, and our students often seem to be in the same space.
Newly Released CAS Resource: "Functional Areas in Context: The Collection of CAS Contextual Statements”
Earlier this month, the council met in Alexandria, Virginia and announced the release of a new resource available to CAS users. This product is titled Functional Areas in Context: The Collection of CAS Contextual Statements, and is now available in both PDF and ePub formats in the CAS store.
While many people celebrate the United States version of Thanksgiving, to many it is not a reason to celebrate.
According to Tonya Mosley and Allison Hagan, in a story from November 25, 2020, “The so-called first Thanksgiving has been celebrated and taught to schoolchildren as the origin story of what would later become the United States. But many Native Americans say Thanksgiving Day is a reminder of the slaughter of millions of Indigenous people and the theft of their lands by outsiders.”
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.