NASPA WRC 2019: Building Bridges, Creating Connections


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The 2019 NASPA Western Regional Conference Planning Committee

Published
July 11, 2019


Reminder to register for the Western Regional Conference (WRC), which will be held November 2-5, 2019, in beautiful Portland, Oregon. To get the best rate, register now by clicking here.

It’s a new budget year for many of you, and what a great way to spend your professional development fund this year by registering for the conference! For those that will be flying to Portland, there will be a discount for the airlines when you register. Any questions about registration, please feel free to contact the registration chair Carmen Gold-Johnson at [email protected]

WRC 2019 Scholarships are now open!

Apply today for either the NUFP Undergraduate Student Scholarship or the Sharyn Slavin Miller Graduate Student Scholarship. Apply by September 27, 2019.

For more information about each of the scholarships, please visit our website.

WRC 2019 Institutes

We hope you will also join us for one of our many institutes, which start Saturday, November 2 and end Sunday, November 3. Check out the list below of different institutes that may interest you.

  • NUFP Institute
  • Graduate Student Institute
  • New Professionals Institute
  • Community College Professionals Institute
  • Mid-Level Professionals Institute
  • Assistant/Associate Vice President and Dean of Students Institute
  • Senior Student Affairs Officers Institute 

Space is limited, so sign up now that registration is open!


Sincerely,

The 2019 NASPA Western Regional Conference Planning Committee


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