Region II Conference Guidebook Available

May 3, 2018

We are excited to announce that the schedule for the 2018 Regional Conference is officially live! The guide has all of the information regarding the conference including pre-conference sessions, education sessions, feature speakers, our entertainment events, and New York tips and tricks!

If you’re already registered, we encourage you to start creating your ideal conference schedule by reviewing the information and using the “My Schedule” tool! For those that might need that last push of encouragement to register, take a look through the guide and see what an amazing conference we have planned for you!

To download the guidebook on your mobile device follow the below instructions:

  • Go to your App Store (IPhone) or Google Play Store (Android) and download the NASPA Mobile App. Please note: the NASPA Mobile App is not the same as the Guidebook App.
  • Once downloaded, click on the magnifying glass on the screen and search “2018 NASPA Region II Conference.” Select the guide from the search list, then click “Download Guide.”
  • From there, you can click the three lines in the top right hand side of the screen to view the conference schedule and information. Please note that we will continue to make updates and add new information to the guide.

You may also view the guide online, here. Registration is live and our regular registration rates are ONLY available until May 20, 2018. Please visit the Region II Conference website for housing information and the complete conference schedule.

If you have any questions about the conference, feel free to reach out to your conference co-chairs Zach Harrell at [email protected] and Felipe Henao at [email protected].

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