NACA® Student Organizations Institute
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June 15-18, 2020

University of Delaware (DE)

Audience: Professional Staff

The Student Organizations Institute (SOI) offers professionals that work with student organizations the opportunity to network with peers from across the country. With a variety of engaging session formats, you will explore best and promising practices, learn strategies for risk management, incorporating principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion, student organization policy, and assessment and how to use data to tell your story, and discover valuable resources to make the work that you do easier.  In addition, you will be challenged to work collaboratively with your peers, and share ideas that could be implemented on your campus. While this institute is best for those new to the role of working with student organizations at their institution, it's also a great networking opportunity and refresher for those of all experience levels.

*You must be 18 years old or older to participate

For more information on this institute, please contact:

Kayla Brennan
kaylab@naca.org
803-217-3471

Registration

Early Registration Fees and Deadlines:

$675 for NACA®/ACUI Member until May 11

$725 for NACA®/ACUI Member plus Extra Night (June 14 only - no meals provided) until May 11

$845 for Non Member until May 11

$485 for Commuter NACA®/ACUI Member until April 17 (No On-Campus Housing Required)

$650 for Commuter Non Member until April 17 (No On-Campus Housing Required)

Regular Registration Fees and Deadlines:

$775 for NACA®/ACUI Member after May 11

$965 for Non Member after May 11

$825 for NACA®/ACUI Member plus Extra Night (June 14 only - no meals provided) after May 11

$585 for Commuter NACA®/ACUI Member after May 11 (No On-Campus Housing Required)

$730 for Commuter Non Member after May 11 (No On-Campus Housing Required)

Delegate Housing Extra Night (June 14 only – no meals provided) - $50

Delegate Single Room Charge - $50

Final Registration Deadline:  May 22

Registration includes the following:

  • On-campus housing on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights (June 15, 16, and 17) – except for those who select a commuter registration option
  • Dinner on Monday, June 15
  • Breakfast and Lunch on Tuesday, June 16
  • Breakfast and Lunch on Wednesday, June 17
  • Breakfast on Thursday, June 18

Travel

Airports: The University of Delaware is located 36 miles via I-95 (38 Minute Drive) from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), and 68.5 miles via I-95 (1 Hour and 8 minute drive with tolls) from Baltimore International Airport (BWI).

Airport Shuttle Service - Delaware Express

  • One way/round-trip
  • Offer online reservations based on number of people
  • Services include: airport shuttle, private car, motor coach, mini bus, limo, and charter bus

Train and Public Transportation

Acela Express via AMTRAK

Wilmington/Newark Line via SEPTA (Regional Rail)

Northeast Regional via AMTRAK

Accommodations: For those who do not register at the commuter rate, the cost of lodging is included in your registration. Lodging will be hosted on-campus in a residence hall. More information will be provided soon.

Hotel Options: For those who decide to register under the commuter rate, lodging is not included in this cost. This allows for those who live nearby or would like to find alternative residence for the program the opportunity to do so. Please note that we do not have a formal block reserved at this hotel.

Courtyard Marriott Newark - University of Delaware
400 David Hollowell Drive, Newark Delaware
+1 302-737-0900

  • 1.7 miles from Perkins Student Center at 8 minutes by car or
  • 1.2 miles at 25 minutes by foot

Embassy Suites by Hilton Newark Wilmington South
654 South College Avenue, Newark, Delaware,
+1 302-368-8000

  • 1.4 miles from Perkins Student Center at 4 minutes by car or
  • 1.4 miles at 27 minutes by foot


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