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January 28, 2022

Program Proposals Due

February 18, 2022

Online Registration Closes

NASPA Georgia Drive-In Conference

Regional Drive-in/Small Conference Region III Professional Level AVP or "Number Two" Faculty Graduate Mid-Level New Professional Senior Level Undergraduate VP for Student Affairs

The NASPA-GA Drive-In is a one-day conference, hosted by Kennesaw State University on February 25, 2022, that brings together Student Affairs professionals from across the state of Georgia. Together, we will learn from one another, discuss the critical issues impacting our field, and network with new and established colleagues. Open to everyone, from chief student affairs officers to new professionals and graduate students, the NASPA-GA Drive-In will have intentional time to meet with others in your functional areas as well as learn from those who are on the cutting edge of innovative student affairs practices.

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Registrant Type Regular Rate (now through Feb 18) On-Site Rate
General Registration - NASPA Member $85 $105
General Registration - Non-Member $100 $120
NASPA Student Member $60 $80
Student Non-Member $75 $95


Non-member Registration: Anyone can register to attend NASPA events, members and non-members. In order to register, you will need to create a profile but will not be required to have a membership. After the profile has been created, you can register and receive the non-member rate for the event. 

To receive a reduced registration rate, sign up for an annual NASPA membership today

Online registration for the NASPA-GA Drive-In is closed.

Call for Programs

The NASPA-Georgia Conference Committee invites you to join us Friday, February 25, 2022 to reflect on our collective and individual goals, passions, and purposes of NASPA and student affairs.

We encourage presenters to focus on the four pillars of NASPA - Inquiry, Inclusion, Integrity, and Innovation. The values of our organization reflect the spirit, purpose, and curiosity of its members. As student affairs professionals and NASPA members, we strive to offer leadership, scholarship, and professional development to student affairs. In honoring our mission, proposals may address what the mission of NASPA means to them and how their program embodies the organization's guiding principles.

Proposals will be evaluated based on content; relevance to current issues, and the Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners; evidence of clearly stated outcomes and objectives; contribution to the knowledge and practice of student affairs; and adherence to program submission guidelines.

Proposal Deadline: Friday, January 28, 2022

Call for programs has closed.  We thank all of those who submitted proposals.  Notifications will be sent no later than Monday, February 7.

For questions regarding the proposal process, please contact Tyrone Smiley at [email protected] 


Time Event Location (most sessions will take place in the Academic Learning Center)
7:45 am - 9:15 am Check-In  
9:15 am - 9:30 am Conference Welcome and Opening  
9:30 am - 10:15 am Keynote - Dr. Eric Arneson  
10:30 am - 11:20 am Breakout Session 1  
11:30 am - 1 pm Lunch The Commons
1:15 pm - 2:05 pm Breakout Session 2  
2:15 pm - 3:05 pm Breakout Session 3  
3:15 pm - 4 pm Panel  
4 pm - 4:15 pm Closing  

COVID Guidelines

While the University System of Georgia does not have a mask nor vaccination mandate at their campuses, we are following protocols for NASPA-sponsored events.


  • NASPA requires that all attendees at NASPA in-person events be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of attendance. *Confirmation of vaccination status will be required as part of the onsite check-in process at the event.  Fully vaccinated means that 14 days have passed since receiving either the 2nd dose or sole dose of FDA/WHO authorized vaccines.
  • If unvaccinated, NASPA requires documentation at onsite check-in of a negative PCR test no more than 72 hours prior to attending the event.

 Face Covering

  •     Attendees must wear their masks during all program sessions, meetings, and keynotes.
  •     Attendees may remove their masks while eating and drinking, but must wear their masks when not actively eating/drinking.
  •     Presenters and speakers may remove their masks as long as they can remain 6 feet from other individuals.
  •     Attendees must wear their masks on the elevators and in shuttles/buses/vans.
  •     Attendees may exercise personal choice whether to wear masks outdoors, when informally gathering indoors with colleagues/friends, and when participating in non-conference activities.

 We hope you’ll be comfortable learning and networking alongside your peers knowing that these precautions are being taken at the conference. If you have questions about our COVID-19 protocols, please reach out to us at [email protected]