2019 NCCPA Fall Conference
October 3-4, 2019 |UNC-Charlotte| Charlotte, NC
Registration for the NCCPA Fall Conference on October 3-4, 2019 is now open!
On behalf of the North Carolina College Personnel Association (NCCPA), we are excited to be hosting our annual conference at UNC-Charlotte this October. Our theme this year is ‘Strategy, Vision and Setting Ourselves Apart: The College Campus in the 21st Century’. Join us in Charlotte as we explore and tackle important issues affecting student affairs.
2019 NCCPA Fall Conference Schedule
DAY 1 – THURSDAY, OCT. 3
|9-9:55am||Welcome & Keynote – Dr. Craig Elliott, ACPA President
Student Union Movie Theater
Concurrent Session 1
|Supporting First-Generation Off-Campus Students
Tiffany Vega (East Carolina University)
|Imposter Syndrome, White Supremacy, & Implications for Social Identities
Rachael Forester & Emily Wheeler (UNC Charlotte)
|Addressing the Nuanced Mental Health Needs of Graduate Students
Katherine Hall-Hertel & Christine Reed Davis (UNC Charlotte)
|Response and Recovery: Student Affairs Lessons Learned After a Campus Shooting
Christine Reed Davis, Karen Shaffer, & David Spano (UNC Charlotte)
Vouchers provided with registration
2nd Floor – Crown Commons
Concurrent Session 2
|Community Center Transformed into Classroom: A Teaching & Learning Pathway
Adriana Medina (UNC Charlotte) & Maria Diaz (Carolina Youth Coalition)
|To Ph.D. or Not to Ph.D.? Determining Your “Why” for Earning a Doctorate
Ryan Miller & Cathy Howell (UNC Charlotte)
|The Past is Not Behind Us: Understanding the Racist Foundations of Higher Education in America
Yancey Gulley (Western Carolina University)
Concurrent Session 3
|“Belongingness” & Student Success: The Importance of Graduate & Professional Student Spaces
Aura Young & Jill Huerta (UNC Charlotte)
|From Midwest Nice to Southern Hospitality: Decoding Racialized & Gendered Experiences
Der Vang (UNC Charlotte) & Chelsea Smith (NC State)
|Using ePortfolios to Encourage Integration of Academic & Co-Curricular High Impact Practices
Karen Singer-Freeman & Andrew Harver (UNC Charlotte)
|4pm||Break and Campus Tour|
DAY 2 – FRIDAY, OCT. 4
Concurrent Session 4
|NCCPA Business Meeting
Brandon Bell (Elon)
|Analyzing Qualitative Data: Professional Development Strategy for 21st Century Advisors
Stephanie Galloway, Tiffany Wilson, & Dannielle Curtis (UNC Charlotte)
|Breaking the Silence: Talking About Race on Campus
Yancey Gulley (Western Carolina University)
Concurrent Session 5
|Higher Education Program Faculty Meeting
Ryan Miller (UNC Charlotte)
|Respecting Origins & Creating Equity
Theresa Dereme (Suffolk County Community College)
|Infusing Leadership Theory into Workshop Curriculum
Alonzo Cee (Elon)
|12:30-2pm||Lunch, Awards and Closing|
Registration & Pricing
Online registration for the annual conference opens July 22, 2019.
Registration Type Regular (7/22-9/27) Late/On-Site (9/28-10/04)
Graduate Student $90 $120
Professional $175 $205
- All individuals, including program presenters, attending the conference must pay a registration fee.
Methods of Payment
Payment can be made by check, money order, or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or Discover). Checks or money orders should be made payable to:
c/o Torry Reynolds
5320 Sunrise Terrace
Winston Salem, NC
A service/processing fee of $55.00 per registration will be assessed for returned checks. Changes in payment method after initial payment is processed are not permitted.
Cancellation and Refund Policies
To cancel a registration and request a refund, log into your registration using the information at the bottom of the confirmation email and request cancellation. If assistance is needed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. All refund requests must be made by the attendee or credit card holder. Telephone requests will not be honored.
Refund request timelines are as follows:
- Refund requests received on or before September 27, 2019 at 5:00pm EST will receive a full refund.
- Cancellations received after September 27, 2019 at 5:00pm EST will not be eligible for a refund.
- Refunds for no shows will not be granted.
For additional questions or concerns regarding registration, please contact Brandon Bell, at email@example.com.
Drury Inn & Suites Charlotte University Place
415 West W.T. Harris Blvd.
Charlotte, NC, 28262
Conference Rate (through 9/30/2019 at midnight): $93 + tax (double)
Reservation information HERE
For questions contact Conference Chair, Brandon Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org.