The National Association

Of Campus Safety Administrators

Command College

 

Command College Introduction: 

Designed to give the working campus safety professional affordable access to command level certification while providing a focus on higher education that the professional can use to increase their knowledge and understanding of governance, accreditation, budgeting, human resources and much more. Students participate in a 6 month cohort allowing them to stay focused on their completion and build relationships with administrators from around the country. The command college is restricted to NACSA members. 
 

Design: 

Using modern online learning platforms the command college combines video instruction, discussion boards, webinars, group virtual classroom sessions and assignment submissions to enhance the learning experience of the student while allowing them to work from their home or office to complete their coursework. There will be no travel required of the student, however, there will be scheduled virtual classroom sessions that the student will be required to attend. 
 

Modules 

  • Higher Education History 
  • Higher Education Police/Security History 
  • Change Management in Higher Education 
  • Agency Budgeting 
  • Performance Evaluations 
  • Technology Advancements is Campus Safety 
  • Supervising Difficult Employees 
 
 

Application Process: 

Applicants for the NACSA Command College must complete the NACSA Command College Application and submit a resume. Applications are due 30 days prior to the start of the cohort. The NACSA Advisory Board will review all applications and vote to approve or deny the applicants admission into the cohort. Payment for the command college is due 15 days before the cohort begins. 

 

Graduation: 

Students must complete all modules with a grade of 70% or higher to graduate from the NACSA Command College. Students failing 1 module will be permitted to to complete the remaining modules with their cohort but must take the module they failed in the next available cohort. Students failing 2 or more modules will be removed from the cohort and will be required to enroll in a future cohort. 
 
Graduates will receive the NACSA Command College Rifle with their name, class number and graduation date inscribed on it. 
  
 

The Next NACSA Cohort begins

August 1, 2018