DATES: May 30 – June 3, 2017
LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA
HOTEL: Loews Philadelphia ($189/night plus taxes; includes free in-room internet) – make your reservations early, because our hotel block has filled quickly the past few years! Reservations can be made online (choose ‘attendee’ as the guest type)
SCHEDULE: Tentative conference schedule
BROCHURE: Download conference brochure
SESSIONS: Download a tentative list of session titles
REGISTRATION RATES: REGISTER NOW!
October 1-December 31: $390 Member/$540 Non-Member
January 1-January 31: $490 Member/$640 Non-Member
February 1-May 1: $540 Member/$665 Non-Member
Registration will close on May 1 or when capacity has been reached.
Dr. Keith Carver – speaking on May 30
As the Executive Assistant for the President of the University of Tennessee System, Dr. Carver has a deep understanding of institutional planning, governmental relations, development, policy analysis and constituent work. He has served in a myriad of roles for the University of Tennessee System for over 20 years. He worked at UT’s campuses in Knoxville, Martin and Memphis before taking his current role. Carver was Interim Vice Chancellor for Development and Alumni Affairs at the UT Health Science Center in Memphis, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Development at UT Martin, Director of Development and Alumni Affairs for the College of Law and Program Director for the Office of Student Activities. Carver earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology at the University of Memphis, his master’s in college student personnel and educational leadership at UT Knoxville and his doctorate in educational leadership at UT Knoxville. His dissertation was entitled “A Study of Presidential Derailment in Public Research Universities.” Carver and his wife, Hollianne, are the proud parents of three children: a daughter, Carson, and two sons, Jack Thomas and Britton.
Tom Krieglstein – speaking on May 31
Tom Krieglstein is an award-winning speaker and writer on increasing student engagement and fostering student retention. He has worked with over 550 schools worldwide through his leadership program, Dance Floor Theory. Tom has gone from successful internet entrepreneur of a $1.5 million dollar company at 21 years old to five-time “Campus Speaker of the Year.” As the founder of Swift Kick and The Student Affairs Collective, Tom has dedicated his life to training campus leaders on how to create a culture of engagement where every student feels welcomed, connected and engaged. He also co-authored six student affairs books, including his Amazon.com award winning book First Year Student to First Year Success and is a co-host for the popular Student Affairs Spectacular podcast. And on a personal note, Tom lives in New York City and loves peanut butter.
Jen Croneberger – speaking on June 2
Jen Croneberger is a widely sought-after speaker for corporations, schools and universities, organizations and teams alike. She was the CEO/Founder of Excellence Training Camps, Inc. and is currently the president of JLynne Consulting Group, LLC. Most of her last 10 years have been spent working with people of all ages, from all walks of life, instilling confidence and building deeper connections and awareness. Her master’s degree is in sports and performance psychology and some of Jen’s clients have included professional athletes and big Division 1 programs across the country. Jen was consulted by MTV’s show “MADE” as a mental skills/fear coach for one of its subjects in the fall of 2007. She has also been interviewed on four different occasions by Philadelphia’s ABC affiliate, Channel 6 Action News and was selected by the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry as the 2009 Female Business Leader of the Year. Jen has been on the TEDx stage as a speaker three different times in 2013 and 2014. She runs a group coaching program called the Soul Tribe Evolution Project, has a radio show called The Possibility Project, and writes monthly columns for a variety of publications. She published her first book in 2012, called These Five Words Are Mine. Jen was named “Best of 2015: The #1 Motivational Speaker in the Philadelphia Region” by Thumbtack client reviews.
Optional tours will be available for $15 each. A pre-conference tour will leave at 8am on May 30 to tour Villanova University. A post-conference tour will visit Drexel University at 9am on June 3. For both tours, we’ll be traveling from the hotel to campus via public transportation (with guides provided to help you along the way).
HOTEL & TRAVEL
Our host hotel this year is the Loews Philadelphia, located at 1200 Market Street in Philadelphia. Just under 13 miles from the Philadelphia airport (PHL), a taxi will cost a flat fee of $29.50 and take approximately 30 minutes. The SEPTA light-rail service is also available from the airport, for an $8 (cash-only) fee. Get off at Jefferson Station and the Loews Philadelphia will be right across the street. Amtrak arrives at the 30th Street Station (2955 Market Street), which is less than 2 miles from the hotel — you can take SEPTA ($2.25; about 10 minutes) or a taxi to finish your trip. If you plan to drive to Philadelphia, overnight parking is available at the hotel and costs $49/night.
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Please note that registration fees are non-refundable.
A credit for all fees paid less a $50 administrative fee will be issued if requested in writing by March 1. The registration credit has no cash value, and is valid for the next CIVSA Annual conference only. Cancellation requests must be submitted to civsaHQ@civsa.org and include the registrant’s name, email address, and amount paid. No credits will be issued after March 1.
A registration may be transferred to another representative from the same institution if requested in writing by May 1. If the member registration fee was paid the registration must be transferred to another CIVSA member. If transferred to a non-member a $150 transfer fee will apply. No name changes or substitutions will be made after May 1.
Credits will not be offered for campus tour registrations.