University of Phoenix Leadership Joins Proceedings of NCORE® Annual Conference as Member of National Advisory …

The University of Phoenix is proud to announce that its leadership has joined the proceedings of the NCORE® Annual Conference as a member of the National Advisory Council. This prestigious council brings together leaders in higher education to share insights and best practices in supporting students and advancing the field.

As a member of the National Advisory Council, University of Phoenix leaders will have the opportunity to contribute to NCORE’s Student Affairs and Affiliated Professionals Committee, providing recommendations to shape the future of student affairs work. This committee focuses on the critical role that student affairs professionals play in supporting student success and well-being.

The University of Phoenix is committed to innovation in higher education, as demonstrated by the appointment of Vice Provost Doris Savron to the UPCEA Council for Credential Innovation. This council is dedicated to developing alternative credentials that recognize the diverse skills and knowledge that students bring to their education.

By joining the NCORE National Advisory Council, the University of Phoenix is further demonstrating its commitment to collaboration and innovation in higher education. The university looks forward to contributing to the important work of the council and learning from the collective expertise of its members.

The NCORE Annual Conference is a premier event for professionals in student affairs and higher education. By participating in the conference proceedings, University of Phoenix leaders will have the opportunity to engage with thought leaders, share best practices, and gain insights into the latest trends and challenges in the field.

The University of Phoenix is proud to join the NCORE National Advisory Council and looks forward to contributing to the important work of the council. Through this partnership, the university will continue to advance its mission of providing accessible, affordable higher education to working adults.