The Call for Proposals is now closed.
All notifications will be sent the first part of April. Thank you for taking the time to submit a proposal for the NACADA Annual Conference.
Proposal submission overview and recommended reading for anyone considering submitting a proposal.
Call for Proposal Brochure
Instructions on Submitting a Proposal
A well-written proposal and abstract will enhance your application. Check for spelling errors before submitting!
An individual may submit a maximum of four (4) presentation proposals, whether as a lead or co-presenter, for preconference workshops, poster sessions, concurrent sessions, panel sessions, advising community meetings, or hot topic sessions, per conference.
It is critical that the title and abstract reflect the content of your proposed session. Attendees depend on the abstract, printed in the conference program, to determine which sessions to attend.
Poor evaluation scores often result when the printed abstract bears little relation to the actual presentation and handouts are not uploaded on the interactive schedule planner before the conference begins.
Deadline for submitting is February 20, 2020. Late proposals will not be accepted. Do not wait until the last day to submit your proposal.