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As a high school member, you'll be connected to more than 11,000 members from institutions around the world. Facilitate your professional development by attending discounted meetings, gaining complimentary subscriptions to our College & University journal and more.

Why should you join? From professional development opportunities to forging connections that will help you in setting down career stones, there's more than one reason. 

Annual Membership Price: $302


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Work on your skills like leadership and management, technical knowledge, and upping your professional contributions to the field. We have the tools for you.

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From free webinars to self-paced on-demand learning, AACRAO's online learning covers a variety of subjects—technology, strategic enrollment management, admissions, FERPA, transfer, credential evaluation, and international education—and allow you to engage with the presenters and instructors.

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High School to University Registrar? It can happen. AACRAO's Career Navigator is a wealth of job postings and resources for training.

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AACRAO's professional journals College & University and SEM Quarterly are always accepting articles and have a wide circulation base.

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Leverage the expertise of our over 11,000 members and contribute to one of the premier sources of practice related research within the global higher education community. 

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Do work you're passionate about, with support and mentoring from fellow members. From Caucuses to specialized topics, it's all one community, no matter where in the world your institution is located. 


AACRAO's bi-weekly professional development e-newsletter

2024 AACRAO Technology & Transfer Summit Update: Call for Proposals

Mar 18, 2024, 15:03 PM
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Summary : Share your knowledge and collaborate with higher education experts on the latest in Transfer & Technology.
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The 2024 AACRAO Technology & Transfer Summit will be held virtually from July 9 – 11th. To provide the most relevant and up-to-date content the advisory group is encouraging the submission of sessions that are relatable to Technology, Transfer, or both. While this year’s Summit is not guided by a specific theme, content ideas could include:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Learning Mobility
  • Utilization of technology resources, information systems, research, best practices, and innovation
  • The engagement, retention, and success of learners in a mobile and accessible age
  • The impact of technology and services on the future of educational processes and services
  • Technology and or Transfer in Community Colleges
  • Professional development in creative leadership, partnerships, change management, and more

The call for submissions is open. The deadline to submit is May 7, 2024, 11:59 PM ET. Additional questions can be sent to Dr. Wendolyn Davis at wendolyn.davis@chattanoogastate.edu or Dr. Marc Booker at marc.booker@phoenix.edu.

Meet the Summit Co-Leads

Dr. Marc Booker (Co-Lead) Vice Provost, Strategy, University of Phoenix

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With nearly two decades of experience working with online and distance education students at the post-secondary level in admissions, registrar, and academic administration roles Marc Booker brings a unique perspective on the trends in higher education from a non-traditional student lens. As Vice Provost for Strategy at the University of Phoenix, Marc oversees critical path academic initiatives to improve the student experience such as learning platform implementations, curricular enhancements, and developing empathetic solutions to drive improved student outcomes through data. Marc has also contributed to several publications as a co-author for AACRAO’s Guide to Best Practices: Articulation Agreements (2019); writing a chapter on international admissions for the AACRAO International Guide (2016), and was a consultant and named contributor to the Transferability of Postsecondary Credit Following Student Transfer or Co-Enrollment (2014) study published by the National Center for Education Statistics within the U.S. Department of Education. In 2020, Marc received a Hall of Fame recognition from Blackboard for his contributions in providing thought leadership and innovation in education.

Dr. Wendolyn Davis (Co-Lead),  Executive Director for Pathway Alignment, Chattanooga State Community College Photograph of Wendolyn Davis

Wendolyn leads the Transfer Recruitment team, Evaluation and Articulation team, and serves as a TRNS 201 – Transitioning to Rocky Top instructor. Her current engagement in AACRAO includes serving in multiple leadership roles, including chair-elect of the Nominations and Elections committee, chair-elect of the Black Caucus, and this Summit. She is also a past president of the Michigan ACRAO. Dr. Davis holds a Ph.D. in Organization and Management, an MBA in Human Resource Management, a BS in Applied Psychology, and an Associate Degree in General Studies. Her prior experience includes TRiO Programs, Child Welfare (International and Domestic), and Workforce Development

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