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Virtual Ticket

From the comfort of your office or home, and with nothing but your laptop or iPad, you can experience the 2017 NASPA Annual Conference thanks to the NASPA Virtual Ticket.

This year, the NASPA Virtual Ticket includes 3 distinct packages. NASPA Features is a members-only benefit that will give you live-streaming access to select Featured Speakers during the conference. Our opening session including Anderson Cooper are included in this benefit, however no recordings are available with this package. Advance registration is required.

The NASPA Live and OnDemand Package includes live streaming of educational sessions on Monday and Tuesday of the conference and access to those educational session recordings for a full-year following the conference. If you are attending the conference in person, this package is an extraordinary value for bringing the best learning back to your staff and is designed for you to easily build a series of professional development events at your institution.

We are pleased to once again partner with PlaybackNow to bring the 2017 Virtual Ticket to you.

Scroll past the ticket package options to find the list of sessions included in the OnDemand packages. Sessions may be crosslisted in multiple categories.

The live schedules are now available to view! Please note that we have had a few small changes to the schedule:

Click here to view the NASPA Features free schedule, and here to view the NASPA Live and OnDemand schedule.

Still can't decide? Check out the 2016 NASPA Virtual Ticket to view previews of last year's presentations!

Register for the Virtual Ticket by clicking on the blue "Register Here!" button from the banner on the top of the screen.

Note that in order to ensure that you recieve access to the live stream programs, you must register by each daily registration cutoff in order to be guaranteed to receive your login information for the next day's sessions:

For the Opening Session, you must register by 12:00 PM CDT on March 12

For Monday's sessions, you must register by 5:00 PM CDT on March 12

For Tuesday's sessions, you must register by 5:00 PM CDT on March 13

For Wednesday's sessions, you must register by 5:00 PM CDT on March 14

Why Attend?
  • Access the best of the 2017 NASPA Annual Conference from around the world!
  • Missed a session? Watch it when you get home with the Virtual Ticket!
  • Quality professional development for those on a budget.

Virtual Ticket Package Options

  • NASPA FEATURES
  • Freeto members
    • check Live stream of featured speakers
    • check Live stream of SA speaks
  • NASPA LIVE & ONDEMAND
  • $249* $99 each additional login
    • check Live stream of featured speakers
    • check Live stream of SA speaks
    • check Live stream of general sessions all day Monday and Tuesday
    • check Recordings of 60 general sessions available for online playback and download
Best Value
  • NASPA LIVE & ONDEMAND PLUS   
  • $299*$99 each additional login
    • check Live stream of featured speakers
    • check Live stream of SA speaks
    • check Live stream of general sessions all day Monday and Tuesday
    • check Recordings of 60 general sessions available for online playback and download
    • check All 2017 recordings on a USB flash drive for easy sharing
    • check Free access to 2016 Virtual Ticket - over 50 bonus sessions!

*NASPA Member Prices

  • Academic Affairs Partnering with Student Affairs

    BIG Partnerships: Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
    Gaming the College Classroom
    Modernizing the Graduate Education Experience through an Innovative Approach to Academic and Student Services
    Nontraditional Online Student Perceptions of Student Success Conditions
  • Assessment

    Conducting Comprehensive Program Reviews in Student Affairs
    National Data and Best Practices for Sophomore Student Success: More Than Just a Second Lap in a Relay
    Sitting on a Gold Mine: Leveraging Existing Data for Student Affairs Assessment
    Using CAS for Evaluating Program Effectiveness and Student Learning
  • Campus Safety and Sexual Violence Prevention

    A Beginner's Guide to Sexual Violence on Campus: Trauma, Disclosures, Victim-Blaming, and Self-Care
    Compliance and Community: Inclusive Practices That Meet and Exceed Title IX for Trans and Gender Non-Binary Students
    Guns on Campus: Heartburn for Student Affairs Offices?
    International Crisis Management Plans: Are You Prepared?
    Preparing New Professionals for Crisis Situations
    Timely Warnings and Sexual Assault
  • Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement

    Dealing with Offensive Speech: Orienting New Students to the Reality of Freedom of Expression
    First Generation Students Redefined: Challenging Modern Day Perceptions
    Leveraging our Common Purpose: An Approach to Fostering Responsibility and Justice Through Civic Engagement and Sustainability Initiatives
  • Community Colleges

    A Holistic Approach to Mental Health in a Community College Setting
    Finding Funding for Invisible Students: Resources to Support the Success of Homeless and Foster Care Alumni
    Five Things Brief: What Student Affairs Professionals Should Know About Supporting Latinx Students in Community Colleges
    The Power of Synergy: Community College and University Student Affairs Professionals Working Together to Enhance Student Success
  • Gender, Feminism, and Exploring Intersections of Identity

    A Moment of Brotherhood: Engaging and Uplifting our Men of Color through Moments of Social Unrest
    Digital Feminism: Using Social Media and Intersectional Feminism for Transformative Education and Personal Growth
    In Living Color: Media Portrayals, Black Males, and Asian International Student Interactions On Campus
    Man Up! Understanding Manhood, Masculinity, and How Men Navigate Gender
  • Hunger and Homelessness, Foster Youth, and Socioeconomic Status

    Building a Financial Wellness Initiative on Your Campus from the Ground Up
    College Access and Success for Former Foster Youth at SDSU: A Public, Private, and Federal Government Partnership at Work
    Conduct and Class: Rethinking How Students' Socio-Economic Status Can Impact the Work of Student Conduct Professionals
    Finding Funding for Invisible Students: Resources to Support the Success of Homeless and Foster Care Alumni
    Understanding Student Food Insecurity: Issues, Impacts, and Responses
  • Leadership and Management

    Always at a Crossroads: Desi-South Asian Administrators Navigating Race and Racialization on Campus
    Exercising Positive Leadership
    Not Working 9-5: Models for Success in Innovative Work Arrangements
    Trigger Warning: How to Identify and Respond to Workplace Microaggressions
    Using the Professional Competencies to Foster Development in Yourself and Your Team Members
    We are eNUFP: Navigating Underrepresented Identities as New Graduate Student Professionals
  • Mental Health

    A Beginner's Guide to Sexual Violence on Campus: Trauma, Disclosures, Victim-Blaming, and Self-Care
    A Holistic Approach to Mental Health in a Community College Setting
    Reducing Perfectionism to Reduce Stress and Enhance Mental Health
    Self-Care and Healing as Campus Change Agents: Renewing, Rejuvenating, and Recommitting
    Supporting Black Students during #BlackLivesMatter
    Unhappy? Burnt Out? The Effects of Mobile Devices and Social Media
  • Religious, Spiritual, and Secular Identities

    #DigitalFaith: Exploring the Interactions of Race, Faith, and Community Online for African American Students
    Muslim Students Navigating University Life
    The Interfaith Expectations and Attitudes of First-Year Students: Insights for Fostering a More Pluralistic Campus Climate
  • Self-Care in Student Affairs

    From Entry Level to Mid-Level: A Reflective Activity to Refine Your Passion, Purpose, and Career Path
    Making the Leap: Navigating the Job Search Process and Transition from Mid-Level Manger to SSAO
    Self-Care and Healing as Campus Change Agents: Renewing, Rejuvenating, and Recommitting
    Starting from Scratch: Being the First in a Newly Created Position
    The Intersection of "Dressing for Success" with Identity, Social Justice and Professionalism
    Unhappy? Burnt Out? The Effects of Mobile Devices and Social Media
  • Sexuality and Gender Diversity

    Compliance and Community: Inclusive Practices That Meet and Exceed Title IX for Trans and Gender Non-Binary Students
    Creating a LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Intercollegiate Athletics Community
    How Do You Ally? Changing the Ally Narrative in Higher Education
  • Supporting Students of Color

    Always at a Crossroads: Desi-South Asian Administrators Navigating Race and Racialization on Campus
    Five Things Brief: What Student Affairs Professionals Should Know About Supporting Latinx Students in Community Colleges
    Making a BIG Impact: Indigenizing Predominantly White Institutions
    Making and Taking Space for API Students in Higher Education: Using a Community Cultural Wealth Model
    Supporting Black Students during #BlackLivesMatter
  • Student Success and Persistence

    Establishing an Ecosystem to Enhance Latinos' Educational and Professional Success
    Mentoring Transfer Students: A Comparison of Current Program Practices to the Transfer Student Literature
    More Than a Paycheck: Structuring Student Employment as a High Impact Practice
    National Data and Best Practices for Sophomore Student Success: More Than Just a Second Lap in a Relay
    Successful Pathways and Strategies for Improving the Educational Pipeline for Students of Color at the Graduate and Professional School Levels
    Supporting First-Year, First-Generation College Students in Transition
  • Technology

    #DigitalFaith: Exploring the Interactions of Race, Faith, and Community Online for African American Students
    Digital Feminism: Using Social Media and Intersectional Feminism for Transformative Education and Personal Growth
    Integrating Virtual Learning into RA Training: A Flipped Classroom Approach
    Pokemon GO! and Higher Ed: Experiential Education in the Digital Environment
    Unhappy? Burnt Out? The Effects of Mobile Devices and Social Media
  • Sponsored Sessions

    Dear Colleagues: Our Software is Already Gender Inclusive
    Online Orientation: One Platform – Unlimited Student Success
    Improving Student Communication with Texting
    A Clear Path to Coaching Enrollment and New Student Success
    Leveraging Behavioral Science and Advertising Technology to Inspire Increased Engagement and Retention
    There’s an App for That: Using Mobile Technology to Promote Campus Engagement
  • Sponsored Live Sessions

    Reaching the Right Students with Precision to Hit 90% Retention and Unlock Performance Funding

FAQs

  • What is the Virtual Ticket?
  • What are the live schedules for each of the packages?
  • Which sessions will be included in the OnDemand sessions?
  • How long will I have access to the OnDemand sessions?
  • Will the session materials be available as well?
  • Does the OnDemand session include video and audio?
  • Will the live stream be available to replay at a later point?
  • Do you provide a certificate for viewing a session?
  • Can I share my login with my colleagues?
  • Are the sessions transcribed?
  • How do I register for the Virtual Ticket?
  • I've registered for the Virtual Ticket - when will I receive my log in instructions?
For questions, contact:

Jace Kirschner
202-903-0644
jkirschner@naspa.org


The Virtual Conference is Sponsored By:
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Civitas100
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Modolabs100
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Motimatic
A special thanks to our top level conference supporters
  • eCheckUpToGo
  • National Society of Leadership and Success
  • Chartwells
  • Presence, formerly Check I'm Here
  • Skyfactor
  • Spelman Johnson
  • Campus Answers
  • Aramark
  • Sodexo
  • Involvio
  • EverFi
  • OOHLALA Mobile
  • Strada Education Network

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