ACSP Membership Regions
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The ACSP Full Membership is divided by state into regions with the intent to balance the representation to the Governing Board. Ten individuals, elected to alternating two-year terms, represent the five regions by regularly soliciting input from the department chairs of full member schools in their region. They report comments and feedback to the Governing Board at their Spring and Fall meetings.

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Northeast Region

21 Member Institutions as of 05/2018

Regional Representatives to the ACSP Governing Board:

 

MA (7)

NJ (2)

NY (7)

PA (4)

PR (1)


CT (0)

ME (0)

NH (0)

RI (0)

VT (0)

 

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Southeast Region

24 Member Institutions as of 05/2018

Regional Representatives to the ACSP Governing Board:

  • Tom Sanchez [Fall 2017 - Fall 2019] Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
  • Kristin E. Larsen [Fall 2016 - Fall 2018] University of Florida


AL (2)

DE (1)

DC (3)

FL (4)

 

GA (3)

 

MD (3)

 

MS (1)

Jackson State University

NC (3)

SC (1)

Clemson University

VA (3)

WV (0)   

 

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Midwest Region

18 Member Institutions as of 05/2018

Regional Representatives to the ACSP Governing Board:


IL (2)

IN (1)

IA (2)

KY (1)

MI (5)

OH (4)

 

TN (1)

WI (2)


 

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Central Region

18 Member Institutions as of 05/2018

Regional Representatives to the ACSP Governing Board:


CO (1)

University of Colorado Denver

KS (2)

LA (1)

MN (3)


MO (3)

 

NE (1)

NM (1)

OK (1)

TX (5)

AR (0)

MT (0)

ND (0)

SD (0)

WY (0)  
   

 

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West Region

20 Member Institutions as of 05/2018

Regional Representatives to the ACSP Governing Board:

  • Richard Margerum [Fall 2017 - Fall 2019] University of Oregon
  • Mike Lens [Fall 2016 - Fall 2018] University of California, Los Angeles


AZ (2)

CA (9)

HI (1)

ID (1)

OR (2)

UT (1)

WA (4)

AK (0)

NV (0)

 

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The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning promotes education, research, service and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to:

  • recognize diverse needs and interests in planning;
  • improve and enhance the accreditation process, and;
  • strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement;
  • extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice.

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