Symposium Series


The NASPA Community Colleges Symposium Series provides opportunities for new and mid-level community college student affairs professionals to engage with one another close to home. The symposium series is a low-cost, high-quality professional development event focused on content covering the role of the community college in society, student development theory, adult learning theory, and inclusive service delivery designed to meet the needs of the diverse community college student population.

Our Current Offerings

Spring 2018
- Valencia College (Orlando, FL) | Feb. 1 - 2, 2018 | Website


If you are interested in hosting a symposium on your campus you can submit an application to host here. Once your application is submitted, a NASPA staff member will be in touch to discuss a timeline of hosting in future semesters. Hosting is a great way to provide low-cost professional development to your state and region!


Past campuses have included:

  • Arapahoe Community College (CO)
  • Central Piedmont Community College (NC)
  • College of DuPage (IL)
  • Delgado Community College (LA)
  • Eastfield College (TX)
  • Highline College (WA)
  • Montgomery College (MD)
  • Mt. San Antonio College (CA)

get involved

There are numerous ways to get involved with the CCSS. Apply to be a member of the curriculum development committee, write a blog post about your experience at the event, or serve as a campus liasion. Opportunities are posted and updated regularly in Volunteer Central.