ABOUT THE 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.
Who Should Attend?
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, networking opportunities. Conference attendees and topic represent the following:
- Chief Student Affairs Officers
- Enrollment Management
- Student Success
- Academic Affairs (i.e.; Faculty, Advisors)
- Financial Aid
- Career Services
- Residential Life
- Student Activities | Student Life
- First and Second Year Experiences
- Graduate and undergraduate students
- Student Affairs Advisors (Greeks, Royal Courts, Organizations)
- Student Affairs Higher Education Professionals
The 66th Annual Conference will focus on “Breaking Boundaries: Building A Culture of Community in Higher Education.” The conference structure will focus on two tracks: Student Affairs Community and Higher Education Issues.
- Student Affairs Community Track
- Student Success (Academic & Student Affairs, Enrollment, Assessment, Retention, etc.)
- Housing | Residential Life
- Career Services | Development | Guided Pathways
- Counseling and Mental Health
- Higher Education Track
- Legal Issues
- Campus Safety
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Greek Life
- Title IX
- Leadership in Student Affairs
For information regarding registration, please contact us at 803-535-5604 or firstname.lastname@example.org.