January 11 & 12, 2018
We are excited to announce that we will be returning for our 6th year of Excellence in Student Affairs! Please be sure to mark the dates in your calendar as planning is underway to continue building upon the success of our regionally-held professional development conference.
This year’s theme, Breaking Boundaries & Building Legacies, will be honoring the amazing practices that our Student Affairs staff and faculty have implemented in improving the overall experience of our students. We recognize that our capacity to do more and create more evolves each year, and this year’s conference seeks to capitalize on the innovation that energizes and mobilizes our students, staff, and faculty.
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Call For Proposals
If you are interested in presenting at the 2018 Excellence in Student Affairs Conference, proposals will be accepted between now and 11:59PM ET on November 5, 2017. We encourage those interested to craft their presentations around the conference themes and to challenge yourself in exploring how your work has broken through industry boundaries, established a legacy within your campus, or has perpetuated excellence in our field. We welcome innovation, creativity, and experimental concepts that may introduce new ideas into our work. Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, January 11
Full Day Conference
9AM – 5PM, Livingston Student Center, Piscataway, NJ
Registration will include admission into Thursday’s full-day conference, complete with education sessions, speakers, workshops, and activities!
A continental breakfast and hot lunch will be provided to attendees.
Friday, January 12
9AM – 1PM, Livingston Student Center, Piscataway, NJ
The ESAC Post-Conference Institute will be a limited availability opportunity for those interested, available at no additional cost to conference registrants. Only 40 spots will be available for participation, as the 40-staff cohort will be given an in-depth experience centered around professional development and engagement. Further details will be announced at a later date. A continental breakfast and light lunch will be provided to attendees.
The 2018 Rutgers Excellence in Student Affairs Conference will focus on sharing strategies for engaging students in their development. Student Affairs professionals from institutions throughout the region will join us on the Rutgers–New Brunswick campus on January 11, 2018.
We hope that you are interested in connecting with higher education professionals from Rutgers and other colleges and universities in the NJ-NY region. Click below to see the unique opportunities we are offering to potential sponsors. Please note that many of these are limited opportunities, and we will honor them on a first come, first confirmed basis.
Call for Volunteers
The #ESAC Conference Committee is looking for outstanding volunteers to assist with the conference day-of logistics and provide conference guests with a heartfelt “RU, Rah Rah!”
The Excellence in Student Affairs Conference will be held on Thursday, January 11th and Friday, January 12th, 2018 at the Livingston Student Center. This year’s theme, Breaking Boundaries & Building Legacies, will be honoring the amazing practices that our Student Affairs staff and faculty have implemented in improving the overall experience of our students. We recognize that our capacity to do more and create more evolves each year, and this year’s conference seeks to capitalize on the innovation that energizes and mobilizes our students, staff, and faculty.
Create connections, reconnect with colleagues, get a behind-the-scenes look at the conference and be a part of our success! Whether a professional, graduate or undergraduate Knight, we invite you to join our volunteer team. Please act by January 5th, 2018!