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2022 NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education

In-Person Conferences Student Success Career and Workforce Development Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice

The NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education is a convergence of three conferences in one registration! The conferences offer outstanding professional development opportunities that will shape your learning experience.

Presented By


The NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education convenes the student success-focused community to engage in important professional development, exchange innovative ideas, and network with peers. You will engage with content from the Assessment, Persistence, and Data Analytics Conference, First-generation Student Success Conference, and the Dismantling Systemic Barriers to Student Success Conference.

The Dismantling Systemic Barriers to Student Success Conference is a convergence of the former Student Financial Wellness Conference and the Closing the Achievement Gap Conference with the addition of exciting expanded content. This new conference, launched in 2021, joins the Assessment, Persistence, and Data Analytics Conference and the First-generation Student Success Conference. Conference programming will foster important dialogue to uncover pervasive barriers and prompt strategic change in institutional approaches for serving students and advancing outcomes.

In addition to a robust selection of educational programming, the conferences will offer multiple dynamic keynotes, thought-provoking pre-conference workshops, exhibit hall offerings, and active engagement with attendees and presenters.

The NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education is your opportunity to take a cross-functional approach to student success when it has never been more important.

The 2022 NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education schedule is now available to begin planning your conference experience.

To learn more about each of the conferences' learning outcomes and themes, visit the pages below:


The 2022 NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education will offer an innovative way to engage through: 

  • Multiple days of curated content facilitated by subject-matter experts from all three conference tracks;
  • Educational sessions and connections to presenters and attendees;
  • Thoughtful presentations from featured speakers to strengthen your knowledge base;
  • Opportunities to engage and network with other attendees across conferences, and;
  • An exhibit hall for real-time engagement with sponsors & exhibitors.

We hope you’ll join us!


COVID Protocols Summary: All participants at NASPA in-person conferences, whether a presenter, attendee, exhibitor, staff, guest, or vendor will be required to be fully vaccinated. Individuals who require a vaccination exemption must provide documentation of a negative PCR test no more than 72 hours prior to arrival to any event. NASPA strongly encourages participants wear masks at all times, except while actively eating/drinkingand in any venue that is considered a NASPA event space (both on-site and off-site venues). Please see the NASPA COVID Event Safety and Responsibility webpage for complete information about NASPA's policy. 

Registration as a member is based on individual membership status at the time of the event. If your current membership will expire prior to the event, you will have the option to renew at the time of registration to receive the member rate.

If you are not a current member and are employed by a college or university that is an institutional member, you can join as a professional affiliate member for $75. If your institution is NOT a member, you can join as an associate affiliate member for $242. Both membership types provide access to the individual member rate for the event. Please visit the membership section of the NASPA website to learn more about membership types and benefits. We hope you’ll consider joining today!

If you are experiencing financial hardship, you may qualify for a NASPA Foundation Membership Scholarship or NASPA Foundation Professional Development Access Scholarship, which can be used for this event.

For a comprehensive listing of NASPA registration policies, please visit this page.

The Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education converge three events into one. Please select the conference which is most applicable to you, though you are welcome to attend sessions and presentations across any of the conferences.

Register Today! 


Early Registration
11/05/2021 to 04/29/2022
 Regular Registration
4/30/2022 to 06/06/2022
Late Registration
06/07/2022 to 06/24/2022
NASPA Member 
 $450  $500  $575
Non Member
 $650 $700 $775
   NASPA Student Member
 $175  $225  $300

Pre-Conference Workshop Registration

All pre-conference workshops will be offered in person at the conference venue. Workshop descriptions will be released soon. Please continue to check our website for new updates!

Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshops (3 hours): These workshops are held at the beginning of the conference and are designed as highly-specialized opportunities to discuss a specific topic or program. Pre-conference workshops will require participants to pre-register for a fee.

Full-Day Pre-Conference Workshops (6 hours): These workshops are held prior to the conference and offer participants an in-depth study and learning experience. Pre-conference workshops will require participants to pre-register for a fee.


Early Registration
11/05/2021 to 04/29/2022
 Regular Registration
4/30/2022 to 06/06/2022
Late Registration
06/07/2022 to 06/24/2022
NASPA Member 
 $75  $95  $140
Non Member
 $175  $195  $240


Early Registration
11/05/2021 to 04/29/2022
 Regular Registration
4/30/2022 to 06/06/2022
Late Registration
06/07/2022 to 06/24/2022
NASPA Member 
 $125  $145  $190
Non Member
 $225  $245  $290
Registration Policies

Refunds will be given for cancellations, received in writing by June 6, 2022 less a $50.00 processing fee. In addition, a processing fee of $50.00 per registration will be charged for credit cards declined. Please allow 30 business days for processing. To inquire about the status of a refund after 10 business days, please send an email to [email protected].

Substitutions are allowed by individuals within the same institution/company. Substitutions should have the same member classification so that the payment is an even exchange transfer of payment. Additional charges may apply if the membership status is not the same. Please email your request for the substitute attendee to [email protected].

Please note, individual NASPA memberships are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Additional registration questions? Please contact the NASPA office at 202-265-7500 or via e-mail to [email protected]. For a comprehensive listing of NASPA registration policies, please visit this page.

Special Registration Types

The 2022 Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education offers special registration types to individuals and institutions as a part of their participation in certain NASPA programs.

Individuals, institutions, and organizations that identify as any of the registration types below will receive separate communication regarding conference registration. Please do not send an email requesting a passcode.

  • Exhibitor/Sponsor
  • FS/FgF Cohort Institution
  • First-gen Center Partner

The one day registration type is ideal for presenters and attendees that are local to the Baltimore, MD venue location. Registrants will be asked to identify which conference date (June 26 - June 29, 2022) they plan to attend.

  • One Day Registration


The schedule has been designed to provide participants with interactive and engaging programming, opportunities for deeper discussion, and networking. As details are finalized, this schedule will be updated. Registration to one conference grants access to content over all three conferences. Please note: the schedule is subject to change based on presenter availability. 


2022 NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education Schedule At a Glance

All times are Eastern Standard Time and are subject to change

June 25
June 26
June 27
June 28
June 29
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Registration & Help Desk Open

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Registration & Help Desk Open

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Half Day Pre-conference Workshop: “But We’ve Always Done It This Way”: Using Internal Program Review to Innovate in Student Affairs


Program review can strengthen your student affairs department's commitment to students through inquiry, evidence, and action steps. This pre-conference will cover the basics of program review, including its history and purpose in student affairs. Common models, tools, and typical/potential program review cycles will be covered. Further, the nuts and bolts of the steps of a solid program review will be explored. The future, or next steps, of program review in student affairs will also be discussed. This is the pre-conference for those new to, continuing the work of, or looking for a new perspective on program review.



Pam Shefman, PhD

Dean/Executive Director, Institutional Effectiveness and Research

Alvin Community College


D'Arcy Oaks, PhD

Associate Director for Assessment and Evaluation at the Center for the Study of Student Life

The Ohio State University


Shaun Boren, EdD

Director, Assessment and Research

University Of Florida

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Half Day Pre-conference Workshop: Navigating Mid-Level Transitions as First-generation Professionals


Applying Dr. T.J. Yosso's Community Cultural Wealth Model and Drs. Lent, Brown, and Hackett's Social Cognitive Career Theory, authors of the book First-Generation Professionals in Higher Education: Strategies for the World of Work, explore the navigational capital of first-generation professionals. Utilizing the interactive content from the book, presenters will discuss strategies to promote first-generation professional success, and share lessons learned about publishing including idea generation, creating the writing imperative, and mapping a road to publication.



Mary Blanchard Wallace, PhD

Assistant Vice President Student Affairs

University of Alabama Birmingham

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Full Day Pre-conference Workshop: Many Uses of CAS Standards to Create, Implement, and Assess Programs and Services


Strengthening the capacity of institutions to facilitate student success has never been more important. CAS Standards can be used to develop, implement, and assess programs and services that facilitate student learning, development, and student success outcomes. Participants will explore diverse ways to use the CAS Standards and CAS cross-functional frameworks to enhance program and service delivery and will leave with a plan for using these tools and practices in ways that make sense for diverse functional areas and institutional types.



Daniel Bureau, PhD

Past President

Council for the Advancement of Standards

Assistant Vice President for Health and Wellbeing, Louisiana State University


Ralph Johnson, PhD


Council for the Advancement of Standards

Vice President for the Center for Student Life, Washington Adventist University


Melissa Brown, PhD

Director of Assessment and Strategic Initiatives for the Division of Student Life

University of Tennessee Knoxville


Trent Ball

Associate Vice President for Equity and Access

Southeast Missouri State University

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Full Day Pre-conference Workshop: Start Small and Dream Big: Designing and Implementing Interdisciplinary Intervention and Analytic Teams for Closing Equity Gaps Among First Time in College (FTIC) Students Using First-Person Student Narratives


A University of Texas Arlington and San Diego State University collaborative research team is making progress on closing equity gaps amongst first-time-in-college (FTIC) diverse students (as defined by first-generation, ethnic identity, Pell eligibility, commuter status, and gender identity) through formative assessments, intrapersonal competency pre- and post-assessments, and first-person voice. Participants will be walked through this process and be provided with opportunities for interactive critique, dialogues tools, and application on their campuses.



Marilee Bresciani Ludvik, PhD

Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS) Professor and Chair, and Research Team Founder and Director

University of Texas at Arlington


Nasima Subedi, Graduate Research Assistant,

Educational Leadership and Policy Division

University of Texas at Arlington

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Half Day Pre-conference Workshop: Assessment 101: What You Need to Know to Get Started in Student Affairs Assessment


This pre-conference workshop will provide foundational knowledge and skills around the assessment cycle, types of assessment, learning outcomes, choosing and implementing methods, and sharing and using results. Participants will have the opportunity to practice and will leave with resources they can use on their own campuses.




Darby Roberts, PhD

Director of Student Life Studies

Texas A&M University


Leo Young

Assistant Director for Assessment & Effectiveness

The Associated Students Inc., California State University Fullerton

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Half Day Pre-conference Workshop: DeMystifying the Scholarly Writing Process


Scholarly writing is an important skill for student affairs and student success educators, scholar-practitioners, faculty, and graduate students. This interactive pre-conference workshop will address  many  common misconceptions about engaging in scholarly writing and provide insight as to how to turn current research into publishable pieces. This pre-conference will also provide opportunities for individuals to explore topics for new scholarly writing projects. Participants will leave the session with resources and a writing plan to pursue scholarly writing endeavors.




Robert Longwell-Grice, EdD

Senior Advisor for the School of Education

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee


Terra Molengraff

Graduate Student, College of Education and Human Development

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities


Diane Schorr, JD

Director, First-generation Advocacy and Initiatives

Center for First-generation Student Success, NASPA


Qua’Aisa Williams, PhD

Associate Director for Instructional Design, First Scholars Initiatives

Center for First-generation Student Success, NASPA


Nancy Camarillo

Assistant Director

Center for First-generation Student Success, NASPA

4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Sponsor Showcase Hours

4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

First Time Attendee Session

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Opening Featured Speaker

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Opening Reception

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Registration & Help Desk Open

7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Sponsor Showcase Hours

8:30 AM - 11:55 AM

Breakout Sessions

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Conference Break (Lunch on your own)

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Featured Speaker

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Breakout Sessions

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Dinner on Your Own

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Networking Events

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Registration & Help Desk Open

7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Sponsor Showcase Hours

8:30 AM - 11:55 AM

Breakout Sessions

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Conference Break (Lunch on your own)

1:30 PM - 2:45 PM

Featured Speaker

3:00 PM - 5:55 PM

Breakout Sessions

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Dinner on Your Own

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Center Anniversary Event and Reception

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Registration & Help Desk Open

8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Breakout Sessions

10:45 AM - 12:15 PM

Closing Speaker

Call for Programs

The Call for Programs is Now Closed

Thank you to all who submitted programs to help shape the conversations at this year’s conferences by submitting a program proposal. The #SSHE22 Conference Advisory Committee was thrilled with the proposals  and look forward to presenters sharing evidence-based practices with a delivery that will engage participants in fruitful discussions and provide meaningful content to advance institutional efforts. If you have any questions about your submission, please email [email protected].


Program Types
  • General Interest (50 minutes): The most common educational opportunity at the virtual conference, usually consists of the presentation of a program, data, research, or theoretical concept, followed by audience questions and a brief discussion.
  • Learning Lab (30 minutes): Designed to give participants actionable ideas and tools to take back to their campus. Presenters will share ideas for 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for questions.
  • Scholarly Paper (60 minutes): Provide an opportunity for presenters (usually 1-2 scholarly papers are presented in a panel setting) to briefly share a synopsis and key findings from scholarly papers as part of a 60-minute education session. Scholarly papers often focus on results of quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods studies or report the findings of studies that use historical and philosophical methods.
  • Poster Session: Designed for sharing research or program evaluation. Participants will visually represent their data and present their content to conference participants.
  • Roundtable Discussion (50 minutes): Less formal ways to engage other attendees around a central topic or program area. Roundtable discussion sessions will be held concurrently throughout the event in a specific space. Facilitators usually provide a brief introduction to a topic (5-10 minutes) and then lead a discussion with several prompting questions. Please note: Roundtables are meant to generate discussion and engagement amongst participants, there will be NO A/V used in any roundtable sessions. This includes no PowerPoint or similar presentations, audio or video clips, etc. No A/V will be provided or permitted for roundtable sessions.
  • Extended Learning (75 minutes): Provide additional time for audience engagement or discussion. This format is also appropriate for panel discussions, skill demonstration, and practice, or multi-institutional case study presentations. There are a limited number of extended general interest session opportunities.
  • Product Educational Session (50 minutes): Third-party organizations and companies have an opportunity to present relevant educational content to conference attendees. Presentations typically include institutional partners in the sharing of educational practices or technology.
  • Pre-conference Workshop (Half-day, 3-hour): Offered before the beginning of the conference, half-day workshops are designed as highly specialized opportunities to discuss and engage in a specific topic or program. Half-day pre-conference workshops will require participants to pre-register for an additional fee.
  • Pre-conference Workshop (Full-day, 6-hour): Full-day programs held prior to the conference. These events are usually coordinated directly with the applicable conference committee or a related NASPA constituent group. Full-day pre-conference workshops will require participants to pre-register for an additional fee.
  • Meetings and Networking Events Space Request: NASPA Constituent Groups, Knowledge Communities, and/or Divisions are welcome to submit a space request for meetings, networking events, or receptions. Please note that space is limited at the conference venue and not all requests can be guaranteed a meeting space. 
Conference Learning Outcomes & Themes

Program proposals will identify one of the conferences that best matches the content submission. Note: Programs may only submit to one conference. The Conference Advisory Committee will recognize and consider programs that are collaborative and appeal to attendees at more than one conference.

  • Assessment, Persistence, and Data Analytics Conference (APDA)
  • First-generation Student Success Conference (FGSS)
  • Dismantling Systemic Barriers to Student Success Conference (DSBC)

Conference Themes

Program proposals will select one theme from the conference selected that most aligns with the presentation proposal.

Call for Programs Worksheet

This document is a snapshot of the Call for Programs (CFP) submission form. Use this worksheet to plan your responses to each of the questions in the CFP, then copy and paste your responses into our online submission form (sign-in to NASPA profile required).

Click here to download the worksheet (Word Document; .docx).

Please note, this is NOT how program proposals should be submitted to the conferences. Please do not submit this worksheet.

For questions about proposal submission, including how to use this tool, contact SSHE – [email protected].

COVID Information

As the COVID-19 Global Pandemic continues, NASPA is both cautiously optimistic and prepared to manage our place-based events with the health, safety, and well-being of our attendees, staff, presenters, exhibitors, sponsors, and speakers in mind. All participants, including, but not limited to, attendees, speakers, sponsors, volunteers, NASPA staff, service providers, and others are expected to abide by our code of conduct and all polices in effect for any event sponsored by the Association.

We will continue to monitor and update safety precautions for all of our conferences regularly and coordinate with trusted national resources, state and local public health agencies, and the hotels/venues hosting our events.

In all cases, we will continue to assess the risks in the area local to the event and the current status in the United States. In keeping with the Association's duty of care and the responsibility as host, NASPA has implemented safety requirements for many of our conferences. There may be some events during which the vaccination requirment is lifted, but for most NASPA conferences, these will be the policies and procedures required of our attendees at our events.

We reserve the right to modify these policies and procedures at any time given the rapidly changing nature of the current global pandemic. At this time, we will provide updates in bold below so that participants know when items have been updated.

Vaccination Requirement

In keeping with the Association's duty to care and responsibility as host, NASPA leadership has decided that all participants at NASPA events whether a presenter, attendee, exhibitor, staff, guest, or vendor will be required to be fully vaccinatedAs of January 16, 2022, the CDC updated their Vaccines website to indicate the status of "Fully Vaccinated" and "Up To Date". There may be some events held by NASPA state organizations which will not require vaccinations. Please visit those individual event pages for more information on those procedures.

  • "Full vaccination" means that either 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose of FDA or WHO authorized (or emergency use authorized) double-dozed vaccines or single-dose vaccine. Proof of vaccination will be required to attend NASPA events. 
  • "Up to Date" means a person has received all recommended COVID-19 vaccines, including any booster dose(s) when eligible. At this time, we are not requiring boosters of attendees.

We strongly encourage all attendees who are eligible to receive the COVID-19 Booster in addition to being fully vaccinated. NASPA is following the CDC definition of fully vaccinated for vaccination requirements, but we encourage individuals who are eligible to receive the booster prior to attending any NASPA event.

Attendees will be required to attest to their vaccination during the registration process and provide CDC-or WHO-approved proof of vaccination status during events. For those individuals who are not vaccinated, you will be offered the option to register but you will be required to provide documentation of a negative PCR test no more than 72 hours prior to arrival at the event venue. Note: At this time, testing is a permissible option, however, were a local, city, or state vaccination requirement be implemented, this would supercede NASPA's current policy with all attendees required to be vaccinated. Additionally, some NASPA states have different vaccination requirements. Please visit the specific event website for information regarding vaccination verification.

NASPA strongly encourages individuals to be tested for COVID prior to traveling to any NASPA event. Individuals who test positive should stay home and cancel your registration. If you are on-site and test positive for COVID-19, please contact NASPA staff by emailing [email protected]

Mask Requirement

UPDATED: At this time, each municipality has different requirements for masks. NASPA will follow the requirements of the locality in which a meeting/event is taking place in regard to masks. However, all participants at NASPA events are strongly encouraged to wear procedure (a.k.a. surgical) masks with at least 3 layers of fabric, KN95, KF94s, or N95 masks during the event.  The CDC updated their face coverings website on January 14, 2022Cloth masks and Gaiters will not be accepted as facial coverings at NASPA events. Individuals may choose to wear cloth masks over a procedure mask, KN95, KF94, or N95, but a cloth mask alone will not be permitted.

To help evaluate your mask purchase, please use the CDC website on evaluating purchases of KN95, N95, and other masks.

UPDATED: NASPA strongly encourages participants wear masks at all times, except while actively eating/drinking, and in any venue that is considered a NASPA event space (both on-site and off-site venues).  Masks should cover both the mouth and nose. We ask that participants honor the requests of others to mask up and/or maintain physical distancing.

Individuals who have a documented disability which precludes the wearing of a mask may request a modification to mask policies. Please contact Stephanie Gordon, vice president for professional development, and Amy Shopkorn, vice president for operations at [email protected], to discuss modification(s) to mask policies.

Physical Distancing

While many venues are not currently requiring physical distancing, NASPA will provide physically-distant seating and event space set-up to allow individuals who wish to physically distance while in sessions to do so comfortably. Additionally, to help attendees communicate their level of comfort in interacting with one another, NASPA will provide color-coded ribbons to all onsite attendees:

  • Red = Physical Distancing - Greet from Six Feet
  • Yellow= Elbows Only
  • Green = Handshakes and Hi-fives

Additional Information:

The COVID-19 global pandemic has remained fluid since its inception and as result, our protocols and mitigation tactics mirror this movement. For the most updated information on NASPA’s efforts to provide a safe place-based conference experience, please refer to the COVID Event Safety and Responsibility page. Thank you for being a part of the solution and ensuring our community cares for one another.

Baltimore Area COVID Information 

  1. COVID-19 in Baltimore from Visit Baltimore
  2. City of Baltimore COVID-19 Updates and Information 
  3. Find a COVID-19 Test in Maryland 
  4. Hilton Clean Stay: Hilton Hotels COVID Protocols

Indigenous Engagement

Land does not require that you confirm it exists or that it has been stolen, rather that you reciprocate the care that it has given to you.
Joseph Pierce, Cherokee Nation citizen, associate professor of Latin American and Indigenous Studies, State University of New York at Stonybrook

If you are joining the conference in person, your presence in this place, now known as Baltimore, should be coupled with the labor and context of how you came to occupy this place, and your relationship with and to this land. If you are joining the virtual experience, the same work can and should take place with regard to the place where you live and learn.

We encourage you to situate yourself in this labor, and to know that who you are, in relation to where you are, is a vital cognizance. We invite you to sit with this, so that as you progress in both your professional and personal journey towards knowing, you do not exacerbate harm, and instead build your foundation in humility and empathy. Hold this knowledge close, as Indigenous peoples and practitioners have done since the first days of Turtle Island.

Indigenous Peoples

These lands and waterways in what is now known as the state of Maryland are ancestral to the Accohannock Indian Tribe, Assateague People's Tribe, Nause-Waiwash Band of Indians, Pocomoke Indian Nation, Youghlogheny River Band of Shawnee Indians, Piscataway Conoy Tribe, Cedarville Band of the Piscataway Conoy, Choptico Band of the Piscataway Conoy, and the Piscataway Indian Nation, all of whom shared this area through their relations and whose descendants are thriving and resisting settler occupation. While not indigenous to Maryland, a large number of Lumbee Indian tribal members migrated to East Baltimore 60 years ago from North Carolina, and remain as current day residents.

In response to constituent requests, staff of Maryland Traditions, the traditional arts program of the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC), initiated a Land Acknowledgment Project in April 2020 in consultation with previous MSAC American Indian grantees and the Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs. Staff conducted research and engaged in compensated consultations with leaders and elders of tribes whose lands are claimed by the State of Maryland. Staff then developed a public-facing Land Acknowledgement Project Overview and Resource Guide document (published February 2022), featuring best practices, tribal histories and maps, and land acknowledgment statements created by tribal leadership. NASPA thanks the Maryland State Arts Council for allowing us to share these resources.

Opportunities to Learn More About Baltimore


Use this map to learn about places and spaces important to American Indian history and continued presence in the city, with a specific focus on East Baltimore’s Historic American Indian “reservation.”


  • The Baltimore American Indian Center was founded in 1968 to support American Indian and Alaska Native families living in an urban environment.
  • Native American LifeLines, Inc., a Title V Indian Health Services contracted Urban Indian Health Program, promotes health and social resiliency and provides culturally-centered behavioral health, dental, outreach, and referral services.
  • The Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs serves the interests Native American communities in Maryland by aiding in the process of obtaining State and/or Federal recognition, promoting awareness of the historic and contemporary contributions of Native Americans to Maryland, and assisting state, local, and private agencies provide resources to address the educational, social, and economic needs of Native American communities in Maryland.
  • Native Land Digital strives to create and foster conversations about the history of colonialism, Indigenous ways of knowing, and settler-Indigenous relations, through educational resources such as our map and Territory Acknowledgement Guide. Visit https://native-land.ca
  • Learn about the NASPA Indigenous Peoples Knowledge Community and explore the resources members have gathered to increase understanding of, and institutional commitment toward, Indigenous peoples in higher education. Visit https://www.naspa.org/division/indigenous-peoples

Sponsors and Exhibitors

Interested in exhibiting and sponsorship? Find the application here. To submit a completed application or if you have questions, please email Fred Comparato at [email protected] or call 202-719-1179 

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Continuing Education


NASPA has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5120. A list of sessions for which NBCC-approved clock hours will be awarded is available here. NASPA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

Participants can receive a maximum of 12.5 clock hours for this event. To receive credit, please complete a reporting form available here. In addition, you must complete an online evaluation of individual sessions, which will be emailed to you shortly after the conference. A certificate of completion will be sent via email after the form has been processed and approved.

A general certificate of attendance is available for sessions that are not eligible for NBCC, or to document hours for other licenses or credentials. Forms to request this certificate are available here.

For questions regarding continuing education, please contact Teri Gillmor at [email protected]



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Future Conferences

June 2023 Kansas City, Missouri
June 2024 TBD
June 2025 Denver, Colorado