2017 Kansas Student Affairs Conference


Author
Teresa Clounch, KSAC 2017 Conference Co-Chair

Published
September 19, 2017


The Kansas Student Affairs Conference (KSAC) is an annual conference held at various locations in Kansas. Participants come from institutions of higher education across the state, engaging in thoughtful dialogues, and attending presentations on current issues affecting student affairs work in higher education. Participants include vice presidents, assistant/associate vice presidents, deans of students, coordinators, assistant directors, directors, academic advisors, residence hall staff, faculty in student affairs, and graduate students.  The conference features keynote speakers, networking meals, program sessions, and information sharing.

Event Details

KSAC 2017 – Wichita State University Rhatigan Student Center
Friday, October 20, 2017
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Conference Theme: “Explore-Discover-Connect”
Conference Website: https://www.k-state.edu/ksac/index.html
Hosted by 2017 Kansas Student Affairs Conference Planning Committee  

REGISTER TODAY!

Registration is OPEN!  October 6, 2017 is the last date for early registration discount. Register today by visiting our conference website and then click on the Registration tab on the left side of the screen. Information on overnight lodging can also be found on our website.

We look forward to hosting you in Wichita, Kansas! Please forward this information to your staff members and campus colleagues.

If you have any questions, please contact the conference co-chairs, Marla Herron, Aaron Slemp, Tommy Newsom, and Teresa L. Clounch:

KSAC Host Committee
[email protected]


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