The Campus Prevention Network Summit

Annual CPN Summit

Each year, Vector Solutions hosts the annual Campus Prevention Network (CPN) Summit, which brings together higher education’s changemakers, thought leaders, and student affairs professionals to discuss the most pressing issues facing colleges, universities, and national organizations. 

The Summit provides an opportunity for campus leaders to network as well as share best practices and strategies to strengthen the important safety, well-being, and inclusion work being done across the nation. 

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The 14th Annual Virtual CPN Summit 2022

We believe that the Campus Prevention Network (CPN) Summit should be a place for everyone who cares about safety, well-being, and inclusion. That's why we hosted a one-day, virtual event in June, that best aligns with our values of inclusion and excellence.

Rob Buelow, Vector's Head of Product and Impact for Education, kicked off this year’s theme - Reemergence: A Path to Campus and Community Well-Being. Attendees gained insights from the top higher education luminaries and leaders, while learning best practices to foster well-being and student success at their institution.

Interested in seeing the on-demand sessions from the 14th Annual CPN Summit? Fill out the form and gain access to all sessions for free!

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This virtual event took attendees on a journey into the future of higher education, turning the challenges faced by leaders and practitioners inside out to discover new opportunities and possibilities. Hear from our mainstage speakers, new media influencers, and the nation's most powerful prevention technology to connect innovative well-being strategies to outcomes that matter across your campus and your community.

We received a lot of positive feedback from attendees and planning is already underway for next year. We hope you can join us at the 15th annual CPN Summit – be on the lookout for more information in the coming months!

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