Senior Leadership Academy

The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the American Academic Leadership Institute (AALI) are pleased to announce the 2014–2015 Senior Leadership Academy (SLA), a year-long program for mid-level administrators in higher education who aspire to senior leadership positions in independent colleges or universities. By completing the program, participants will have acquired considerable knowledge, skills, and experiences that are germane to the portfolio of responsibilities and activities central to the work of a college or university vice president or cabinet officer.

 

 Current Status for 2013–2014

 
Twenty-five participants from independent colleges and universities were selected to participate in the program. The fall seminar was held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 1–3, 2013. The closing seminar will be held in Washington, DC, June 10–12, 2014.

Download the 20132014 Senior Leadership Academy brochure.
 

 Current Status for 2014–2015

 
Up to 25 participants from independent colleges and universities will be selected to participate in the program, which is intended for individuals whose next position most likely would be a cabinet position in academic affairs, student affairs, finance and administration, enrollment management, or advancement and who would like to advance in responsibilities in college administration.

Selection of participants will be announced by Friday, February 21.
 

 DATE AND LOCATION

 
The fall seminar will be held in Portland, Oregon, October 31–November 2, 2014, beginning with lunch at noon on October 31 and ending at noon on November 2. The closing seminar will be held in Washington, DC, June 24–26, 2015.
 

 Costs

 
The program fee for the 2014–2015 academic year is $1,800. The fee includes all program costs as well as meals during the two seminars. The SLA is supported generously by AALI, the Henry Luce Foundation, and Academic Search, Inc. The participant or his or her institution also is responsible for travel and lodging expenses. Support to offset some of these costs is available to a small number of participants at institutions with unusually limited funding for professional development.
 

 CONTACT INFORMATION

 
For questions about the nomination, selection process, or program logistics, contact Barbara Hetrick, senior vice president, CIC, at bhetrick@cic.nche.edu or (202) 466-7230.

For questions about program content, contact Tom Kepple, president, AALI, at KeppleT@americanali.org or (202) 263-7488.