My presentation is scheduled for a time when we will not be in attendance. Can we change the day and time?
Because of the complex nature of assigning presentation times, once you have been assigned, there is very limited opportunity to change the day and time. The Program Committee works hard to assure that every presenter’s needs are met. If you know in advance that you are unable to present on a certain day, please let the Program Chair know as soon as possible. If there is a last minute change that must be made, the Program Committee will do their best to make any reasonable accommodation.
There are 5 types of sessions this year:
Poster Sessions: Posters offer the opportunity to present a visual demonstration of information, data, research and innovative ideas relevant to the field to interested colleagues.
Concurrent Sessions: 60-minute sessions that are directly related to the conference theme and the Learning Priorities of the association.
Roundtable Sessions: 60-minute pre-planned discussions to share best practices, present questions, and confer with colleagues on a specific topic.
ASCA Talks: ASCA Talks are the ASCA version of "TED Talks". These talks are 15 minutes max in which presenters engage their audience on a "hot topic" that is relevant to the field. Please submit a brief 30 second to 1 minute video clip (web link required) of your presentation with your proposal.
PechaKucha 20x20: PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where 20 images are shown, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and the presenter talks along to the images.
In order to present a session at next year’s conference, be on the lookout during the summer for the Call for Programs. The Call will specify what type of programs are being considered, and the timeline for the submission. This year, the program proposals are due in early September. After you complete your program proposal, it will be reviewed at several levels and you will be notified in early October.
No, you do not have to be a member in order to present, however all presenters must be registered for the ASCA conference.
Yes, you must register for the conference if you are presenting a session by (Dates coming soon) Please contact the ASCA Central Office for more information.
A PDF version of the agenda will be available on the www.ascaconference.com concurrent programs page about a week before the conference. Please note that this schedule will not be updated in real time like GuideBook, so it should be used as a guide, but not definitive. For schedule updates you may want to check with the information table, fellow attendees, or the conference twitter account @ASCA2018
There are “tracks” associated with many sessions that can help guide you if you’re looking for certain topics. The tracks are not exhaustive, so please browse the session list in advance to be aware of all options. In addition to concurrent sessions, all featured speakers, and the business meeting are open to all attendees.
Anyone who works with student behavior. Whether it is student conduct, Title IX, behavioral intervention, academic integrity, or risk management, educational sessions from professionals across the country will be provided. If you want to learn how to be a better student conduct professional, you should attend.
With your registration fee, you get access to numerous educational sessions throughout the conference from experts in the field of student conduct. You’ll also be able to join colleagues from across North America to network and discuss our work in student conduct. The fee also includes appetizers at the Opening Reception on Wednesday evening, continental breakfast on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Lunch on Thursday, and dinner on Saturday.
Yes. The 2018 ASCA Conference Diversity Scholarship and 2018 Raymond H. Goldstone ASCA Foundation Scholarships are available to attendees. Application information will be available soon.
What’s the dress code?
There is no set dress code for most of the conference. Many participants choose to wear business casual, but you will also see some participants in business professional attire or in casual attire. Choose what makes you feel most comfortable and ready to learn. However, the closing banquet on Saturday evening has traditionally ranged between business casual and business professional.
Should I go to the business meeting?
Absolutely! The business meeting is a time to grab some breakfast and listen to the official business of the Association. The business meeting is the official installation of our new Association president.
Are there meals or food included?
Yes. Take a look at out Meals page for details, and to plan your conference budget and nights out.
Yes. There is a parking deck attached to the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront with a walkway directly into the conference area. More information can be found on the Transportation page.