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New England College Personnel Association is an ACPA—College Student Educators International Local Chapter representing all six New England states. NECPA is committed to the education and development of post-secondary students in New England and exists for the benefit of all professionals in the region.

New England College Personnel Association connects diverse higher education professionals from all institution types, functional areas, and experience levels in New England. We support and develop equitable higher education communities by providing intentional, creative, and accessible opportunities and resources focused on professional and personal growth.

Latest from the NECPA Note

Higher Ed Trends to Watch in 2019

By Emily Perlow, Assistant Dean of Students, Worcester Polytechnic Institute As higher education professionals, keeping abreast of happenings in the world and anticipating the ways that these changes will affect our work is an ever-constant need. The world is rapidly changing and our students are evolving in response. Higher education is not always the most nimble enterprise, yet we’re called Read More

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NECPA Award Winner Spotlight- Sarah Santiago

Service to NECPA Award Winner- Sarah Santiago What do you love most about working at Framingham State University? I’ve only been at FSU for a couple months, but I love working with my team, especially my students. We have a small student team who do most of the campus space reservations, event support, event set-ups, and event tech. We put Read More

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NECPA Award Winner Spotlight- Phitsamay Uy

Academic Excellence Award Winner- Phitsamay Uy What do you love most about working at UMass – Lowell? The students, staff, and faculty. My first generation, immigrant and refugee students of color are amazing and resilient. The students teach me so much and give me hope in these trying times. They remind me daily why I went into education in the Read More

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