Editor Jeremy Couch, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Executive Director, Orlando Campus
Co-Editor Cyndee Perdue Moore, University of North Georgia
Editorial Board – Access Journal
NABCA Research Committee, 2018-2019
Jeremy Couch, Chair, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Orlando Campus
Cyndee Perdue Moore, Vice Chair, University of North Georgia
Drake Levasheff, Azusa Pacific University
Faimous Harrison, California State University Stanislaus
Dennis Huffman, Prince George’s Community College
Kathy Dupree, University of Houston-Clear Lake
Viki Cvitkovic, College of Lake County
Donald Emirbayer, Finger Lakes Community College
Jennifer Brennan, Harper College Learning & Career Center
Allison Fitzpatrick, Brookdale Community College
Access: The Journal of the National Association of Branch Campus Administrators is a peer-reviewed journal published once/twice a year by the National Association of Branch Campus Administrators. Typically, submissions are published as they are received, reviewed, and approved, building up to an issue, which is closed off if the submission count reaches 8 within the same year, and another issue started.
The journal is committed to publishing submissions written by and for presidents, provosts, deans, administrators, staff, faculty, and other stakeholders who operate, work at, or have a vested interest in higher education satellite campus locations. The journal provides professional development, information, research, networking, and support for NABCA Members. Access abstracts are available to the public; articles and other submissions are only available to current members. Members of the NABCA Research Committee, educators and researchers from higher education and affiliates, serve as the Editorial Board and review submissions.
The purpose of Access is to provide NABCA members with high quality, practical, information from a broad range of experiences and perspectives related to the management of branch/regional campuses and centers. While a primary goal of Access is to foster and encourage publication of formal academic papers within our field, the Editorial Board also welcomes less formal submissions. These may include, for example, personal reflections or photo essays illustrating how issues have been handled at a particular location. Creativity is encouraged.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Marketing and Communications, Community Connections, Student Services, Institutional Assessment, Institutional Research, Campus Development, Campus Security, Emergency Preparedness, and Miscellaneous Branch and Satellite Issues.