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Vinetta McCullough Receives National Auxiliary Professional Designation

VPMcCullough Pic 2014MSU Director of Business and Auxiliary Services Vinetta Paige McCullough (MSU Classes of 76′, 81′) was last month announced as a recipient of the Certified Auxiliary Services Professional (CASP) designation from the National Association of College Auxiliary Services.

It is the only designation of its kind in the nation, recognizing proficiencies in management & leadership, business relations, marketing and student development within Auxiliary operational areas on college campuses.

“I am grateful to work with such an extraordinary team within the department, with members who genuinely care about the people and community we serve,” says McCullough. “It is an honor to receive this designation, and to continue the important work of empowering our students in all of their professional and personal goals.”

Ron Campbell, CEO of NACAS, calls the award, “the premier designation for higher education auxiliary and ancillary services. It demonstrates that the recipients meet an advanced standard of expertise and are amongst the best and brightest of our industry.”

The MSU Department of Business & Auxiliary Services is responsible for the management of support services including the Print Shop, Parking and Transportation Campus Shuttle, Insurance, BEARcard Center, Dining, Vending, Bookstore, University Banking and the fiscal management of the Student Center, Residence Life and Athletics.

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