|AFLV Central FAQs|
Whether you are a first timer, or a seasoned attendee, we hope we can answer any questions you may have about #AFLVCentral. Don't see your question below? Email us and we'll help you out.
Besides the basics, what should I pack?
What should I wear?
Where can I study?
We know how important your studies are, so we've created study opportunities throughout the conference. Visit our study lounge Thursday from 1-11 p.m., Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 11 p.m., and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
How can I apply for a conference scholarship?
Conference scholarships are provided by AFLV and our interfraternal partners. Scholarships for #AFLVCentral are due Wednesday, December 14, 2016. View the scholarship page for all the details.
I'm going to miss classes, how should I let my professors know?
We've made it super easy by creating a sample letter you can customize to either e-mail or hand to your professors. The letter explains the conference and why it is beneficial for you to attend.
What is the alcohol policy?
Are you 21? No? Then no alcohol for you.
Are you 21? As an attendee of this conference, alcoholic beverages are not permitted in general hotel spaces and there will be no alcohol permitted in guest rooms. Alcohol is also not permitted at any conference event, including meals.
If a participants in a hotel room allows an underage person to drink alcoholic beverages in that room (regardless of who provides the alcohol), the of age individual may face legal action. The possession of an unopened container of alcohol is illegal for anyone under 21.
Individuals under the age of 21 caught drinking alcohol, as well as those people that provided the place and/or the alcohol for them to drink, may be asked to leave the conference.
The use of a fake ID is a criminal offense and offenders may be asked to leave the conference. Many past participants have been disappointed or even surprised being turned away for having a fake ID. Fake IDs are easily identified and are taken very seriously.
My advisor mentioned a standards policy. What is this?
The standards policy sets the high expectations for all attendees to uphold their institution and organization ideals. Basically, behave yourself, be respectful of those around you, and if you are under 21, absolutely no drinking. Please review the standards policy here.
What ed sessions should I attend?
That is totally up to you; however, we do recommended that your group divides and conquers. It might be beneficial to assign which individuals will go to specific sessions ahead of time so you can obtain the most information possible. Then, you can reconvene and talk about what you learned.
Once you have your ed sessions picked out, make sure to be on time (or even early). If there’s a session you’re super excited to attend, there’s a pretty good chance lots of other people are also excited. Seating capacity is limited for some rooms, so sessions could close. If your session is full, consider checking out one of our awesome featured speakers.
How do I get conference updates?
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