Who We Are
The NAB Project is a national non-profit liberal arts consultancy that assists small liberal arts colleges and universities to revitalize their concepts and practice of a liberal education, and thereby enhance the personal, social, and civic capabilities of twenty first century learners.
Our mission is to extend the transformational liberal arts learning ethos to new populations within and beyond the colleges’ geographical region, in service to social justice, humane values, and democratic citizenship in the rapidly shifting higher education landscape.
What We Do:
We offer non-profit consultancy support services and revitalization options for small liberal arts colleges and universities that are or wish to become resilient and community-rooted centers for a broader spectrum of learners.
We work with you to develop mutually-reinforcing programming that is attractive and accessible to a broader segment of the community--its young people, adult learners, and business and social enterprises--through our “Village Commons” approach. Our hands-on support efforts operate with your campus community, leading to new enrollment streams from area high schools, helping communities and colleges thrive as partners, while reaffirming the classical intellectual and cultural attributes of the liberal arts and amplifying the college’s national impact.
We offer an array of recruitment, programming, budgetary, and degree options to make your college resilient and resurgent in today’s volatile higher education milieu.
We invite you to contact us for an introductory hour-long conversation, offered free of charge during this most challenging time for liberal education.
The New American Baccalaureate Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization