Chancellor Cunningham with his daughter Tressa Cunningham, who earned a master’s degree at NU.

Chancellor’s Communications – July 2017

In June, the National University System (NUS) recognized more than 3,000 graduates who crossed the stage at three separate commencement ceremonies.

Chancellor Cunningham in front of the National University sign at Petco Park in San Diego, CA.

Chancellor’s Communications – June 2017

In May, we began celebrating graduates for achieving their educational goals, and as May is Teacher Appreciation Month, we took time to recognize educators who give so much to our students. In addition, Memorial Day afforded us the opportunity to pay tribute to the brave men and women in our military and veteran community for their dedicated service to this country.

T. Denny Sanford with Chancellor Cunningham, NUS Presidents and members of the Board of Trustees

Chancellor’s Communications – May 2017

I am thrilled to announce that the National University System has just received the largest donation in its history. Philanthropist and entrepreneur T. Denny Sanford has generously donated $28 million to our nonprofit university System so we can further our role in leading the national expansion of Sanford Harmony, Sanford Inspire and the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy.

John F. Kennedy University

Chancellor’s Communications – April 2017

The National University System was founded on the notion of universal access to education, to fostering a seamless approach to lifelong learning, and above all, to student success.

Students in a study room

Chancellor’s Communications – March 2017

The 2020 Vision for the National University System (NUS) is “to be an educational system whose graduates are transformed and positively contribute to society.” Transforming our students means reimaging education and empowering our shared community of universities.