Thank you for joining us at #AFLVCentral! We are looking forward to a great conference filled with inclusive programming and collaboration between campus administrators, national organizations, and students to address issues like risk management, intake, intra-council relationships, and liability issues. Please see below for all the resources you'll need as an advisor.
Arrival & Registration
To get the most out of the conference experience, we recommend arriving by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 4. You don't want to miss the NBGLC Welcome Reception and LGBTQA Welcome Reception at 5:30 p.m.! View the schedule overview here.
If you arriving by bus, please fill out our charter bus travel form to ensure a smooth arrival and departure for your delegation. Need parking for your bus? Please check out our travel page for parking rates.
When you arrive, check in with the hotel first, and then come to Griffin Hall to register. As an advisor, you may check your entire delegation into the hotel.
Until January 22, 2016, you may update your registration online. All you need to do is, log in and locate My Profile, then Manage Profile, and then Event Registrations. Once you are in the Event Registrations portal, you can see any registration you've made. Here, you can make changes by clicking on the small edit icon (which is a paper and pencil).
After the 22nd, you will have to update registration onsite.
Before attending #AFLVCentral, please review the Standards Policy & Process with your students. Also, we recommend utilizing our Delegation Check List to make sure your students are up to speed on everything #AFLVCentral.
In addition to the Delegation Check List, we've also provided a sample Delegate Participation Agreement to ensure your students uphold the standards and policies of not only #AFLVCentral but your institution as well.
If your students need an advisor letter to their professors, we've provided a sample letter you can use.
Just for Advisors
We are excited to continue offering great opportunities for advisors to recharge, connect, and engage. In addition to a “For Professionals” session in each educational block, we offer the following opportunities:
Thursday, February 4, 2016