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Rooted in the Past, Cultivating a Flourishing Future

TxNCLCA 2024 Conference
February 21st - February 23rd



Please join us at the 2024 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!


1. Registration Open Date Coming Soon

For any questions related to registration or payment, contact

Please note:


  • Registration fees include two breakfasts and two lunches (Thursday 2/22 and Friday 2/23).

  • 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. 

2. Book Your Stay


More details coming soon.

3. Proposal Dates Coming Soon.
Need some ideas? Click here to see a list of previous concurrent sessions from the 2023 conference.

4. Join us at UT Dallas February 21-23, 2024 and join the conversation!


Conference At-A-Glance

Wednesday 2/21/2024

• Early Check-in/Help Desk

• 2:00-5:00pm Pre-Conference sessions

• Dinner on your own

Thursday 2/22/2024

• 7:30am-4:30pm Check-in/Help Desk

• 8:30-9:30am Continental Breakfast

• 9:45am-12:00pm Concurrent sessions

• 12:15-1:30pm Lunch/Panel discussion

• 2:00-3:00pm Concurrent sessions

• 3:15-4:30pm Business Meeting

• Dinner on your own

Friday 2/23/2024

• 8:30am-12:30pm Check-in/Help Desk

• 9:00-9:45am Continental Breakfast

• 10:00-12:15pm Concurrent sessions

• 12:15pm Closing Plenary session/Grab-and-Go Lunch


We look forward to welcoming you to the 2024 TxNCLCA Conference! Please submit questions about the conference to


See you soon,

TxNCLCA Planning Committee

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Suggested Hotels

More information coming soon. 

2023 Conference Concurrent Sessions

  • Bridging the gap between mentorship and professional development
  • Inconsistencies in and Scant Assessment of University Peer Educator Training
  • Microsoft Teams: Using Teams to facilitate CRLA Trainings and Recordkeeping
  • And the Student Became the Master: Former Student Staff, Now Professional Staffs’ Insights into Professional Development Training
  • Decoding the Disciplines: Applications for Training
  • Drop-In Tutoring Queue System
  • Performance Teams as Collaborative Learning Commons Management
  • Efficiently Hiring Rockstar Peer Leaders
  • We Haven't Lost a Tutor Yet
  • Coaching Student Employees: Implementing a Progressive Discipline Plan
  • The Science of Learning, Memory, and Academic Support
  • Developing Attributes for Holistic Success
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