2024 NASPA Annual Conference

2024 Undergraduate Student Conference

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The NASPA Undergraduate Student Conference provides a first-hand learning opportunity for undergraduate students to gain knowledge and understanding of student affairs work, awareness of professional associations, engages participants in networking opportunities, and provides resources to assist in defining their career trajectory in student affairs.

The 2024 NASPA Undergraduate Student Conference will be held March 10, 2024 in person in Seattle, Washington on the campus of Seattle University.  

March 10, 2024, 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM 


Beginning as the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program Pre-Conference, the NASPA Undergraduate Student Conference has served undergraduate students with an interest in joining the student affairs field and bolstered the work these students are currently doing on their campuses.

Through educational sessions, small group discussions, and other development opportunities, undergraduate students will come away with a wealth of knowledge intended to better their own experiences and the experiences of their peers.


Registration for the 2024 NASPA Undergraduate Student Conference is required in order to attend the pre-conference institute. There are two options for registering: Undergraduate Student Conference with Annual Conference Registration or registration for the Undergraduate Student Conference alone. 

The Undergraduate Student Conference is open to current undergraduate students.

NASPA Student Member




2024 Undergraduate Student Conference Workshop
with Annual Conference Registration

$95/$110/$130 $125/$145/$160
2024 Undergraduate Student Conference Workshop
without Annual Conference Registration
$185/$200/$220 $215/$235/$250
Register Today!

Conference Themes & Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending the Undergraduate Student Conference, participants will be able to: 

  • Develop meaningful relationships with undergraduate peers, student affairs professionals, and faculty to build their network of connections.
  • Learn a variety of pathways to begin and progress through a career in higher education and student affairs.
  • Reflect on one’s personal and professional identities and develop a preliminary understanding of the positionality one holds and the role that higher education plays in building equitable and socially just spaces.


Planning Committee Roster

Lauren Wilson

2024 Undergraduate Student Conference Chair