Learner Levels

Graduate Students

Graduate Student Meet & Greet
February 12th at 12:00pm EST

Start your conference off by meeting fellow graduate students.

Public, Private, & Community Colleges
February 10th at 6:00pm EST

What’s the difference? Come chat with your fellow graduate students and current professionals about their experiences in various institutional settings.

Get Involved with ASCA
February 11th at 12:00pm EST

Want to get involved in ASCA, but not sure how? Come chat with professionals about their involvement with the association.  We hope to see you there!

Graduate Student Job Search Panel
February 11th at 6:00pm EST

The purpose of this Coffee Hour is to provide varying perspectives of the job search process for graduate students. Come have coffee with recently hired new professionals and hiring managers. Come join us!

The First Amendment on Campus
February 12th at 12:00pm EST

In the past year, students have noticeably used their first amendment rights to call attention to a variety of issues. As university professionals, how do we navigate preserving these rights and enforcing policy. We hope you are excited to engage in some great conversation with other professionals!


Mid-Level Professionals

Approaching a conference as a mid-level professional
February 9th at 12:00pm EST

Does it ever feel like you are being pulled in a million different directions at conferences? Do you ever wonder if there is a right way to attend a conference? Your role as a mid-level professional can add to the complications. But, we are here to help! Join us as we discuss some good practices for approaching conference attendance as a mid-level pro! We hope to see you there!

Applying Knowledge & Advocating for Yourself after a Conference
February 12th at 12:00pm EST

Conferences give us so much. From the knowledge learned in sessions to the connections we make in the field, it’s easy to return to our home campus empowered and excited. But then what? This session will provide some tips for applying the knowledge learned to create real change on your campus and for yourself. We hope to see you there! 


Director-Level Professionals

Stories from Those who have Lived our Processes
February 9th at 12:00pm

The work we do can be complicated. And, while we think we know how our processes impact those who go through them, do we ever really get a chance to stop and ask? Why does it seem to work for some, but we lose touch with others? This panel will be made up of individuals who have lived through the conduct process and are willing to share their stories of how it went, what they thought and why it matters. We hope to see you there!

The Politics of Student Conduct Administration
February 10th at 12:00pm EST

This panel-guided roundtable discussion will be for Director-level administrators to discuss the trials and tribulations of the work we do in the current political and legislative environment. From COVID-19 to Social Justice, from Funding to Title IX, a lot of our work is grounded in political influences. This space will allow us a chance to discuss the navigation, legalities, and policies that rule our policies. Emphasis will also be placed on keeping staff motivated and creating change in Higher Education through our work. We hope to see you there!

Leading in a Multi-Generational Workplace
February 11th at 6:00pm EST

By the Director Level, we have learned the importance of communication in how we lead, but how do we effectively communicate when everyone we talk to hears something different…because of their generation? Cordell Jordan takes a hands-on and unconventional look at how having five generations of educators currently in our schools at one time (now that Gen Z, born 1997-present is here) introduces a mixed bag of phraseology, taxonomy and terminology that can cause distraction, perturbation and discombobulation. Add to the mix generational social norms in a time of politics, pandemic and human rights awareness, and miscommunication can quickly lead to indignation, resulting in classroom stagnation. Cordell will go back to the formative years of the Silent, Baby Boomer, Gen X, Millennial and Gen Z generations and discuss why they make it hard to say what we mean and mean what we say. A particular focus will be placed on sensitivity to racial bias and diversity understanding for both our students and our co-workers. We hope to see you there!