2020 NASPA Annual Conference


We’re very excited to see you next year in Austin! For the 2020 Conference, we have a number of areas that we want to bring into focus. These include:

  • Defining Student Success
  • Collaborations and Partnerships
  • Advocacy and Activism
  • Redefining & Realigning the Student Affairs Profession

We are also aware that there are travel limitations for those from California who will not be able to attend the conference due to the state funding ban – therefore, we’re excited to share that we will have a “Connected Conference” in California to leverage our NASPA Virtual Ticket and do an in-person event at the same time that will allow for the opportunity for our California colleagues to both present in-person and engage with presenters who are sharing information from Austin! We are working with a subcommittee, led by of the 2020 Conference Leadership Committee, to develop this event.

More details will be shared soon. The CLC members are truly excited to create community both in Austin and in California for the 2020 NASPA Annual Conference.

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