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National Clearinghouse for Commuter Programs

National Clearinghouse for Commuter Programs

The National Clearinghouse for Commuter Programs is the only national organization that exists solely to provide information, consultation, and assistance to professionals who work for, with, and on behalf of commuter students. The NCCP was established in 1972 by the University of Maryland, moved to Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow, and now resides in Moline, Illinois at Western Illinois University - Quad Cities.

WIU-Quad Cities

NCCP offers professional assistance in meeting the challenges of working with commuter students in all types of colleges and universities. We offer personalized service to each member to proactively distribute publications, personal responses to questions, access to extensive resource files, and opportunities to network with other professionals with similar interests.

**Learning About Commuter Students: Resources Within Reach (10th Edition) now available online**

Featured Resource: After Hours Crisis Support for Commuter Students "Incident/Emergency Communication in Student Life for Student Staff"

Member Jessi Calberry of Wilfrid Laurier University asked the NCCP listserv for ideas to support commuters who experience crisis after staff hours. Kathryn Hofer of the University of Guelph responded with this document her institution uses to guide Student Staff interactions. Kathryn wrote, "this document is mainly based on face-to-face interactions between student staff and a student, but it can certainly be transferred into different contexts."

NCCP members can click here to view the document.

Not an NCCP member yet? Click here to register or renew your NCCP membership .

Adamson Receives ACPA Award

NCCP members have access to a wealth of resources, including our own award winning Audrey Adamson. (Congratulations once more, Audrey!)

As an NCCP member you can connect with Audrey and other commuter-dedicated professionals to share ideas and network at annual conferences and throughout the year.

Link to news release >>

Audrey Adamson