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2013 NAGAP Annual Conference
NAGAP, The Association for Graduate Enrollment Management held its Annual Conference April 24 - 27, 2013 at Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Orlando FL.
The Conference featured dynamic speakers and provided numerous opportunities to learn new approaches, receive updated information on all aspects of graduate enrollment management, share useful tips, exchange creative ideas, and network with fellow NAGAP members. Various educational sessions were designed to meet the needs of everyone from a new graduate admission or graduate enrollment management professional to an experienced veteran.
Download the Registration Brochure for full details about the conference including session topics and schedule, networking events and hotel information.
Access Presentations (download handouts)
Access presentations from the 2013 conference here.
Evaluate presentations from the 2013 conference here.
- Annual Conference - Directory of Attendees and Sponsors/Exhibitors
- Pre-Conference Institute - Attendee Roster
Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center - Orlando, FL
The Gaylord Palms® is conveniently located in the heart of central Florida’s many attractions, including Walt Disney World Theme Parks, SeaWorld and Universal Orlando.
Gaylord Palms® Resort & Convention Center
6000 West Osceola Parkway
Kissimmee, FL 34746
Single/Double Rate: $199 or Emerald Bay Tower Rate: $225- The resort fee is included in your guest room rate and includes wired and wireless high speed internet in your guest room and in the three main atriums, use of the fitness center, local shuttle service and local and toll-free calls (up to 20 minutes per call). - SOLD OUT see below for additional hotel options
Reservation Deadline: April 8, 2013
UPDATE: Your response for this years’ conference in Orlando has been outstanding which has resulted in the Gaylord Palms® Resort selling out of guest room’s weeks before the reservation cutoff date of April 1. NAGAP has secured additional hotel rooms at the Marriott World Center located approximately 1 ½ miles from the Gaylord Palms® Resort at the group rate of $179. NAGAP will provide one daily roundtrip shuttle service to/from the Gaylord. Details on the shuttle schedule will be provided at a later date to those staying at the Marriott World Center. To book reservations at the Marriott World Center please call 1-888-789-3090 and request the NAGAP group rate or book online. Reservation Deadeline: April 8
Hotel Reservations: For more information on the Gaylord Palms® Resort you may click here. SOLD OUT
Airport/Resort Transportation Information
NAGAP has partnered with Mears Shuttle Service to provide discounted transportation to the Gaylord Palms Resort and the Marriott World Center. Download your coupon here. The coupon will be honored for shuttle service to/from the airport to either hotel.
Things To Do
Orlando is nicknamed the “Theme Park Capital of the World”! Attendees may purchase discounted theme park tickets here. Deadline April 12. We hope you have time to enjoy some of the awe-inspiring attractions while you are in Orlando. Sessions end at 3:45 p.m. on Friday to provide extra time to enjoy Orlando and take advantage of these discounted tickets. You can you find seven of the world’s top theme parks within a 15-mile radius.For more things to do while in Orlando review the Registration Brochure or log onto Orlando’s official website at www.VisitOrlando.com or call an Official Travel Counselor at 1-800-551-0181.
Moderators and Recorders
Moderators and Recorders
Interested in becoming more involved at the 2013 Annual Conference? Consider volunteering as a Moderator or Recorder for an education session. More information, including the opportunity to sign up, will be available in February. In the meantime, brief descriptions about the roles and responsibilities of each position are included below.
Moderators arrive to their assigned room a few minutes early to assist the presenter(s) with any A/V or other needs. They are also in charge of introducing the session presenter or panelists to the audience at the start of the session. Moderators’ other responsibilities include making sure the session stays on time, reminding attendees to take notes during the session to assist them in providing feedback via the conference evaluation survey, being prepared to ask a question or two if the members of the audience don’t have any, and closing the session with any additional announcements that might be necessary. Moderators fill out their own brief survey of the session and presenter(s) and are presented with a small token of appreciation for their participation.
Recorders are assigned to a particular session and are responsible for writing a summary of that session for publication in NAGAP’s Perspectives. Summaries should be approximately 200-300 words and are generally due to the Publications Committee shortly after the conference ends. Recorders are presented with a small token of appreciation for their participation in addition to being published.
Sign up to volunteer here.
Learn more in the Orientation PowerPoint.
Community Service Project
More than half the students in Central Florida can’t afford lunch let alone school supplies. In many cases, devoted teachers spend between $500-$1,000 of their own money to buy supplies for students and classrooms.
Our Solution Helps Bridge the Gap While Bettering the Community and Environment.
A Gift For Teaching’s concept is beautifully simple: local businesses take unwanted supplies or surplus merchandise that would otherwise get thrown away and donate it for distribution through the Free Stores for teachers. More than 10,906 teachers from Central Florida’s 323 public schools can then “shop” for free to make sure the more than 171,566 students in the community have what they need to learn. In addition, A Gift For Teaching not only provides opportunities for success for students, teachers and businesses, but it does so through an innovative and environmentally sound concept. In 2007 and 2010, A Gift For Teaching was recognized by the Florida Council of Sustainability as the Most Sustainable Non-Profit in Florida. Since inception, A Gift For Teaching has diverted 4,070 tons of waste from landfills.
Maximizing Donations While Maximizing Students’ Success.
For every $1 received at A Gift For Teaching, $10 worth of supplies goes back to the classroom.
To donate, please go to www.agiftforteaching.organd click on “Donate Now”. Make sure to dedicate your donation on behalf of NAGAP so that we can track how much our members give!
The NAGAP Annual Conference provides multiple marketing opporunities in a fun environment.Contact us today to learn more about being a sponsor in 2014. For more information, please call the NAGAP Executive Office at 913-895-4616.
2013 Exhibitor Prospectus
Call for Proposals
The Call for Proposals is now closed.
2013 Annual Conference Sponsors
2013 Annual Conference Exhibitors
|AACRAO International Education Services|
|Cambridge English Language Assessment|
|Capture Higher Ed|
|CareerEco Virtual Fairs|
|Capture Higher Ed|
|College Net, Inc.|
|Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE)|
|Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (ECE)|
|ELS Education Services, Inc.|
|Enrollment Rx, LLC|
|Foundation for International Services, Inc. (FIS)|
|Grad Works Online by BYU Print & Mail|
|Josef Silny & Associates, Inc.|
|Michigan State University Program in Public Health|
|Public Identity, Inc.|
|SpanTran Evaluation Services|
|The Admissions Guy|
|Vision Point Marketing|
|World Education Services (WES)|
|Zinch, a Chegg Service|