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NACAS Research has yielded data that indicates most students are feeling lonely and isolated through efforts to virtually continue the semester. As auxiliary professionals this is a perfect time to think creatively and challenge ourselves to think about how we deliver services to students both in person and virtually. This is especially relevant as campuses look forward to beginning multi-strategy plans for when students return to campus, while still addressing the immediate concerns for students, faculty, and staff. Topics of focus for this conversation will include campus stores, e-commerce, student unions, retail food service and Business Partner relationships, we encourage you to bring your own examples to share with our facilitator's perspectives!