The Center for Higher Education Leadership provides academic leadership with information and a supportive community for improving management and leadership skills in the environment of changing demographics, financial challenges and advances in educational technology.
CHEL Membership Benefits
Your membership benefits include:
Higher Ed Connects newsletter. This twice-monthly newsletter will be emailed on the first and fifteenth of each month, and will be chock-full of exclusive, original content written for the CHEL community by experts in their field. Members have access to premium, member-only content. Articles will include in-depth features on topics such as:
—Management & Leadership
—Advising & Student Success
—Admissions & Recruitment
In addition, Higher Ed Connects will feature reviews of educational technology products, books, and other helpful tools for higher education leaders; and one-minute videos from Terri on these subjects.
Courses. Our in-depth online courses include Higher Education Administration 101, Strategic Planning, and much more.
Podcasts. You will have access to regular podcasts which explore topics in the newsletter and interviews with experienced leaders from higher ed, ed tech, and government on relevant topics.
Webinars. You will have exclusive access to live webinars with our founder, Terri Givens, and other experts in academic administration. Our first webinar series will be Academic Management 101 for new administrators, and will be a six-week series with an hour-long webinar each week.
In-depth Guides. Six times per year, members will receive access to our original, in-depth guides written specifically for CHEL by one of our contributors. These guides will lead administrators step-by-step through the landscape of one of the topics listed above, giving specific resources, information, advice, and best practices on the topic. The guides will be available online and as a PDF download.
Community Forums. Members will have access to forums on a variety of topics where they can ask questions and share information. CHEL staff and contributors will moderate, offering access to relevant resources.
Mentoring. Members can sign up to meet with mentors—experienced higher ed administrators who have offered to work with new administrators.