The Associated Colleges of the South
Incorporated in August of 1991, The Associated Colleges of the South is a consortium through which our member colleges and universities can create and build programs not possible on an individual basis. By sharing resources, our members can increase the efficiency of their own operations. Our hope is that the ultimate beneficiary is the student.
News & Announcements
The Mid-Career Advancement Pathways Program (MAPP) application portal is now live! The program, available to mid-career colleagues currently working at Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) campuses, blends opportunities for both individual development and community support as participants consider mid-career pathway possibilities and create sustainable future plans as they develop meaningful relationships with other mid-career colleagues across ACS campuses.
This MAPP pilot begins in February 2022 and runs through May 20. The deadline for applications is December 10, 2021.
Sewanee: University of the South senior Klarke Stricklen is one of 32 American students chosen as Rhodes Scholars for 2022, making her the university’s 27th Rhodes Scholar.
The awards, announced Nov. 21, provide all expenses for two or three years of study at Oxford University in England. The winners were selected from 826 applicants endorsed by 247 different colleges and universities. The scholars will enter Oxford next fall.
Millsaps College has announced the selection of Beth Clarke, current senior executive director of admissions strategy and counseling at Sweet Briar College, as vice president of enrollment. Find out more >
A short podcast series called “Postcard Pedagogy” has been launched. It highlights untold stories about global learning off-campus study programs at liberal arts colleges. You can find these 10-15-minute episodes wherever you get your podcasts or listen at Buzzsprout.