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To register, click on your attendee type. Remember, you must sign in first to receive the NODA member discount.

Attendee Type
Early Bird Rate
June 1 - Aug 28
Regular Rate
Aug 29 - Oct 16
Late Rate
Oct 17 - 30
Professional Member1
$375
$450
$500
Professional Non-member
$525
$600
$650
Graduate Student Member2
$320
$395
$445
Undergraduate Student3
$320
$395
$445
One-Day Pass (Member)4  $200   $275 $325
One-Day Pass (Non-member)  $350  $425 $475
Orientation Professionals Institute (Member)5
$325
$400 $500
Orientation Professionals Institute (Non-member)
$475 $550 $600
Retention Symposium (Member) $150  $175  $200 
Retention Symposium (Non-member)  $300  $325  $350 
Associate Member Non-exhibiting6
$375 $450 $500
Associate Member Exhibiting
$1,075 $1,150 $1,200


1Professionals: 
currently employed in the field of orientation, transition, and retention should select professional registration; if you are a NODA member, please sign in before-hand to receive the member discount. 

2Graduate students: must be NODA members (and create a membership login) before registering to attend the Annual Conference at the graduate student rate. Otherwise, non-member graduate students must apply as a Profession Non-member.

3If you are a professional bringing undergraduate students to the conference you can register them via the undergraduate registration button; if you are a current NODA member, please sign in before registering your students.

4One-day passes are available for either Monday or Tuesday

5OPI and Retention Symposium: registrations are priced separately from the Annual Conference. If you would like to attend one of these programs along with the Annual Conference, you must register and pay separately. 

6Associate Members: must be NODA members to attend the conference. Associate members registering to exhibit at the conference must register by October 1st to be included in the conference program.



Pre-Conference Workshops

NODA is now allowing people to register for a pre-conference even if you are not able to stay for the full conference. To register for a pre-conference by itself (and you are not attending an annual conference) you will need to contact the NODA office at noda@umn.edu or by calling us at 952.393.4308. Click here to view full descriptions of the workshops. 

Pre-conference Workshop Title 
Time
Member Price
Non-member Price
Reconceptualizing Success to Support Diverse Populations Through OTR Programming
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $90
$190
Crisis Management in Orientation 
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
$90
$190
Safe Zone: Train the Trainer
12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $55
$155
Educating Students for Digital Leadership and Citizenship
12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $55 $155
Canadian Summit & International Member Networking
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $90 $190
Highly Selective Institutions Network: A Day of Best Practices & Roundtable Discussions 
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. $55 $155

 

Graduate Student Experience

Below is a schedule for the Graduate Student Track at the 2017 NODA Annual Conference. Graduate students can register for these featured opportunities during conference registration, at no additional cost. 

Graduate Student Meet Up Saturday, November 4th: 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Graduate Student Symposium
Sunday, November 5th: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Graduate Student Resume Review
Monday, November 6th: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Graduate Student Case Study Competition
Tuesday, November 7th: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.



Undergraduate Student Features

What is the Student Leadership Institute?
The Student Leadership Institute is a highly interactive program for undergraduate student leaders that takes place on Sunday and Monday during the NODA annual conference. It is designed for all undergraduate student leaders regardless if they are new or seasoned staff. Through large and small group discussion formats, your student leaders will have an opportunity to engage with each other and the presenters on various topics of leadership and professional/personal development.

What will my student gain by attending?
The SLI topics selected will engage undergraduate students regardless of their experiences working with orientation/transition/

retention programs. Students will have an opportunity to meet other students in similar roles. Sessions will be interactive and students will be able to share their experiences.
 
Learning Outcomes:
 
          1. Create peer networking opportunities.
          2.  Provide a forum for undergraduates to share best practices related to their work as                              paraprofessionals in the field of orientation, transition and retention.
          3.  Offer mentorship connections with faculty.
          4.  Integrate learning from the Annual Conference featured speakers and educational                              sessions. 
          5.  Grow student leadership skills related to orientation, transition and retention.
          6.  Develop strategies to positively impact their institutions and student leadership roles.
 

 

Contribute

Rainbow Ribbon Project

Donations from the long-standing rainbow ribbon project will be used to support a local GLBTA organization. Donate $1 and represent the NODA GLBTA Network by pinning a rainbow ribbon on your name tag!



Cancellation Policy

All NODA membership fees are nonrefundable once payment has been processed. Click to view the Annual Conference Cancellation Policy. If you are an Associate Member, view the Associate Member Annual Conference Cancellation Policy

           

FAQ

Do I have to be a NODA member to attend the conference?
Yes, and no. Only graduate students and associate members have to be NODA members to attend the conference. Professionals in the field of orientation, transition, and retention do not have to be members to attend, but do receive a significant discount if they are NODA members. Undergraduate students do not have to be members to attend, and pay the same registration fee whether they are a member or not.

If I can't attend the conference but I purchased a membership to attend, can I be refunded?
Once paid, membership fees are nonrefundable. Depending on the time and date of your cancellation your conference fee may be refundable (see cancellation policy for details).

If I have multiple invoices for registration, can I pay with one check?
Yes! You can most definitely pay with one check, but please include copies of your invoices when you submit payment so we can apply the payment to the correct accounts.

How do I register my graduate student(s) for the conference?
Since graduate students have to be NODA members to attend the conference, they must also register themselves for the conference through their own member profile.

What are my payment options?
While registering for the conference you will have two options for payment, 'pay with a card' or 'pay with a check'. If you choose to 'pay with a check' an invoice will be created for you to pay at a later date. If you choose this option but then decide to pay with a card instead, you can sign in to your member profile, navigate to 'Manage Profile' and then click 'Invoices'. You can pay all open invoices at this page.

How do I register for the Orientation Professionals Institute (OPI)?
Registration for the OPI is separate than registration for the annual conference. You can attend both, but will need to register separately for both events. You can also choose to only attend OPI if you wish.




 
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