1. When are housing assignments made? What else should we know about housing?
All housing assignments are made once registration closes on December 5, 2016. You will be notified about your housing assignments upon check-in. With the limited space available for this year due to a building being closed down, all advisors will need to stay off-campus. Students are assigned to hall lounges where mattresses (but not linen) are provided. Students may be assigned with members not from your delegation.
2. If I stay in a hotel, is there a shuttle?
We do not offer shuttle services from hotels to the conference site.
3. How will we remember all of this information?
Welcome letters are provided in each housing location that contains information about staff on-call and other pertinent information for each hall.
4. When do we get our keys?
Keys are given at conference check-in and are due back at check-out. Delegations arriving later than the posted check–in times need to contact Alejandro Dominguez at firstname.lastname@example.org one week prior to the conference. If delegations are leaving earlier than the posted check-out times on Sunday, they must convey this information via email to Alejandro Dominguez or catch him at the conference.
1. What is the case study portion of the conference?
Case Studies allow RAs to present on current issues in residence life and housing. Participants are given 15 minutes to present on one case study. Students can either present a prepared case study or an on-site case study. Participants in the prepared category receive the case two weeks prior to the conference and have the opportunity to prepare for their presentation. Participants in the on-site category receive a case study at the time of conference registration and will have the night prior to prepare for their presentation.