• AASCU Presidents and Chancellors Talk About Opportunities for All

    At its core, AASCU’s national Opportunities for All initiative is designed around a unified brand for State Colleges and Universities (SCUs). The unifying theme, Opportunities for All, is grounded in the value proposition that America’s State Colleges and Universities offer the higher education choice that creates brighter futures for all. 

    These are challenging times for public higher education with eroding state support and uncertainty around federal funding going forward. Taking a collaborative, unified approach in articulating the benefits of SCUs and the value they bring to students and to our states is more vital than ever.  When many voices join together they are hard to ignore. 

    To help you better understand the value of Opportunities for All, we invite you to hear from 10 AASCU presidents and chancellors who have chosen to support this campaign.  They explain how the campaign aspires to deliver a unified brand that also augments and complements your individual school’s institutional messaging.

    Hear them describe:
    Why support Opportunities for All? 

    What are the challenges? 

    Why promote a unified brand?

    Why commit?

    Click the questions above to hear responses to the individual questions, or view the full video here.

    These interviews feature the following university leaders:

    Jim BorsigJim Borsig 
    President, Mississippi University for Women 
    Robert CaretRobert Caret 
    Chancellor, University System of Maryland 
    Javier Cevallos 
    President, Framingham State University 
    Sue Henderson 
    President, New Jersey City University 
    Ginny Horvath 
    President, State University of New York at Fredonia 
    Stephen Jordan 
    President, Metropolitan State University of Denver 
    Robert CaretHarvey Kesselman 
    President, Stockton University 
    Mel Netzhammer 
    Chancellor, Washington State University Vancouver 
    Eduardo Ochoa 
    President, California State Monterey Bay 
    Alisa White 
    President, Austin Peay State University