Still Time to Register for NMASAP Symposium

September 24, 2021 - Dorene DiNaro

The New Mexico Association of Student Affairs Professionals (NMASAP) will hold its statewide symposium Nov. 10-11 at The University of New Mexico Student Union Building Ballrooms and will feature several high profile keynote speakers including David Longanecker, President of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). WICHE represents a compact between 15 Western states and is dedicated to assuring access and excellence in higher education through collaboration and resource sharing among the higher education systems of the West.

The theme of this year’s NMASAP symposium is “Reimaging Student Affairs” and features subjects addressing the diverse needs of today’s college student.  Topics include inspiring creativity, building strategic collaborations, motiving change through positive attitudes and actions, taking a holistic approach to serving students, and crafting a vision for the future of student affairs.

In addition to Longanecker, other keynote speakers include Ann Rhoades, MBA, President of People Ink, a human resources consulting company, and NM Senator Michael S. Sanchez, Senate Majority Leader and original sponsor of the New Mexico Legislative Lottery Scholarship Fund.

Professional registration is $150, student registration is $75. Professional presenters receive a $50 discount and student presenters are free.  For more information or to register please visit

For more information contact: Danielle Gilliam, Symposium Planning Committee Member, NMASAP, 505-277-0461 or