2007 Annual Meeting Service Project
The NACUBO Community Service Project was held on Saturday morning, July 28th. Developed in partnership with TIAA-CREF with additional assistance from American Campus Communities and Aramark Higher Education, business officers gathered to make friends while addressing a worthwhile community need. Volunteers worked at the University of New Orleans helping to plant 2000 trees and bushes to restore an area of the campus known as the student park that was destroyed by hurricane Katrina.
Agency Description: The University of New Orleans was established in 1956 along the shore of Lake Pontchartrain at the US Navy's abandoned air station. The University was the first racially integrated, public university in the South when it opened with 1,460 students in 1958. Since then the University has grown into a major urban research university conferring more than 66,000 degrees. >> Visit the school website
SERVICE PROJECT SLIDESHOW
Please enjoy our slideshow of the 2007 NACUBO Annual Meeting Community Service Project. You can click on any image to be taken to a website where you can download the pictures.