A New Direction: Prepare. Innovate. Collaborate
The 2017 NASAP 63rd Annual Conference
National Association of Student Affairs Professionals is on the leading edge regarding issues, solutions, and professional development opportunities for student affairs professionals serving at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and for those professionals who serve minority populations in diverse settings around the country.
The annual conference provides a forum for professional growth and development for all who are involved in work with students in the student affairs profession. The conference is open to professionals in higher education in general and to the nation's business industry.
We also welcome the integral involvement of undergraduate and graduate students and student leaders from member schools. Concurrent student-focused conference sessions provide professional and student attendees the opportunity to learn, network, and create lasting friendships that endure beyond the conference.
The conference is attended by educators who are interested in transforming how higher education professionals influence student learning and success. Attendees will share in trends, best practices, ideas, research, and assessment through workshops, panel discussion, roundtables, and networking opportunities. Conference attendees and topic represent the following:
Chief Student Affairs Officers
Student Retention and Success
SGA Officers and Student Organization Leaders
First Year Experience
Academic Affairs (i.e., faculty, advisors)
The 2017 Annual Conference will be held on February 16 – 18, 2017. A full conference schedule will be posted soon.
Early Registration: October 25, 2016 – December 15, 2016
Regular Registration: December 16, 2016 – February 3, 2017
Late Registration: after February 4, 2017
NASAP Member Registration
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If you have any inquiries concerning registration, please contact Denver Malcom Key at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*no registration fees will be refunded after December 31, 2016