Ease your student supervision speed bumps.

Get Connected:
A Social Media Guide

For Campus Leaders

Ready to get started genuinely and consistently connecting with your campus communities on social media?  This guide will show you the way, with 6 essential strategies for engaging with your community online.

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The pace of change with social media can be near impossible to keep up with for higher education leaders.

These platforms swiftly update multiple times in one semester, and each freshman class brings different platforms. You keep seeing articles that say youth are no longer on Facebook or that Snapchat is dead. You’ve lost track of the number of people who have pushed you to be more active online or create an Instagram page, blog, or Twitter account.

You wonder: Do students even WANT to connect with you on social media as a Dean of Students, Vice President, or Chancellor?!

But you desire to truly connect and help your students. You worry every day about how to keep your students engaged with your campus through graduation day and beyond. But yearly, your recruitment and retention numbers waver. While your daily schedule may or may not have direct student contact, they are the reason you work in higher education.

Could social media tools fill the gap between your campus leadership position and better serving your campus community?

These are all common questions and considerations for campus leaders as they approach new technology and shifts to social media applications. And you shouldn’t have to figure out it on your own.

That is what I am for!

This is why I have created a free resource called Get Connected: A Social Media Guide for Campus Leaders.

This guide is an in-depth resource I created to help higher education leaders to genuinely and consistently connect with their campus communities on social media.

I’ve translated my 15 years of working in higher education researching and consulting on digital community, engagement, and leadership into this guide so you can better connect with your campus community online.

Get Connected: A Social Media Guide

For Campus Leaders

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Get Connected:
A Social Media Guide

For Campus Leaders

Ready to get started genuinely and consistently connecting with your campus communities on social media?  This guide will show you the way, with 6 essential strategies for engaging with your community online.

JosieAhlquist.com will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing. 

You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from us, or by contacting us at Josie@JosieAhlquist.com. We will treat your information with respect. For more information about our privacy practices please visit our website. By clicking below, you agree that we may process your information in accordance with these terms.

Rebekah Tilley

Assistant Vice President, University of Iowa Center for Advancement

Rebekah Tilley is the assistant vice president of communication and marketing for the University of Iowa Center for Advancement (UICA). In that role she supports fundraising and alumni engagement efforts for the university, including its CASE Gold winning Iowa Magazine, and serves UICA in a variety of strategic communication efforts.

Previously she was the director of strategic communication for the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business, and the director of communication for the University of Kentucky College of Law. She is a Kentucky native and a proud alum of the University of Kentucky.

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