Please check back in July 2019 for more information.
Student Affairs 101 registration is $90 and includes the following:
- – Breakfast, lunch, & refreshments on Friday
- – Breakfast & lunch on Saturday
- – All conference sessions and materials
- – Lodging accommodations for Friday night
Payment will be requested at time of registration. Schools are able to pay for multiple students at one time, but will need all participant information during registration. There is an option to pay via check at the end of the registration process. Please make sure you note on the student and advisor registration forms if the name on the check is different than the participant and/or advisor. For questions about payment, please contact WCPA Treasurer, Sheila Keaton, at email@example.com.
Students may submit a specific roommate request at the time of registration, and we will do our best to honor the request, though requests are not guaranteed. WCPA will make all arrangements for lodging, so students will not need to arrange for their accommodations. Please note that WCPA is covering the lodging and resort fee only. Students are responsible for providing the resort with a credit card upon check-in for any incidental charges or room damage.
Advisors accompanying students to Student Affairs 101 may register for $40. Lodging is not included.
The 2019 Student Affairs 101 will be hosted at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. Advisors to reserve rooms contact the Kalahari Resort at 608-254-5466 on or before Monday, September 2nd, 2019. When calling to make you reservation, please mention the WCPA – Wisconsin College Personnel Association Room Block.
Please note that to receive tax exempt status for lodging, you will need to bring your institution’s tax exempt certificate.
If you need to cancel you registration to our event, you will be reimbursed based on the following schedule:
- – More than 14 calendar days prior to the start of the event: You are eligible for 100%
- – 14 days or less before the start of the event: You are eligible for 50% reimbursement