The TxNCLCA 2023 Conference Committee is excited to announce that registration is open for our first in-person conference at UT Dallas February 22-24, 2023
Please join us at the 2023 TxNCLCA Conference by following the steps below. Also share with peers and student leaders in your professional network. We are excited to grow the TxNCLCA membership and meet new friends at this year’s conference!
EARLY REGISTRATION PRICES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 8TH
• Professional Staff - Member Price: $175
• Professional Staff - Non-Member Price: $225
• Part-Time Staff Price: $100
• Student Price: $75
• Pre-Conference Price: $40
REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 5PM FEBRUARY 8, 2023
Registration fees include two continental breakfasts and two lunches (Thursday 2/23 and Friday 2/24).
Pre-conference workshops will be capped at 15 participants for each session and will only be offered for professional staff.
Refund Policy: Refunds requested in writing prior to January 31 will be refunded minus a $50 administrative fee. Any requests after January 31 will not be refunded.
If you have any questions or issues in paying for your conference registration, please contact Linda Callen.
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Session One: An Overview of Academic Coaching Programs
Description: In this session, two models of Academic Programs will be highlighting for participants. One will be a program with full-time professional coaches and the other will be a peer-coaching program. We will go over program structure, hiring, training, scheduling, and all other aspects of each model.
Session Two: Workshop for NCLCA Learning Center of Excellence (LCE) and/or Learning Center Leadership Certification (LCLC) Programs
Description: Participants will have the opportunity to learn about and work on specific components of their applications for either of the NCLCA certification programs. They will have access to sample application materials that have been submitted by other institutions and individuals for the both programs. Each participant will have the opportunity to work with a mentor who can help guide you or your team in the process.