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March: Get to Know Your Students' Pathways

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Tuesday, Mar. 16 | 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT on Zoom and PlaybackNACAC.com

Pathways to Education: The Transition to Online Education for Students with Learning Differences
11 am ET - 12:15 pm ET

In a time of complete shift in learning delivery, students and professors have had to adapt to ensure that all students be successful.  In this session, a member from the staff of the National Center for Learning Disabilities and a member of the Young Adult Leadership Council, will focus on how a successful learning presence can happen in a time of virtual learning delivery and how students with learning differences are handling the shift. Q&A will follow the presentation.
Joey Hunziker, National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD)
Cassidy McClellan, NCLD, Young Adult Leadership Council Member

Higher Education Yoga Practice and Break
12:15 pm ET - 1 pm ET
Nicole Fennell, StreetSquash (NY) and Yoga with Cola

Pathways to Education: Lightning Sessions
1 pm ET - 1:50 pm ET
Three 10-minute highly-focused presentations increase your knowledge about adult student enrollment; military personnel and student veterans; and students enrolling in gap year. Additionally, presenters are available for a 15-minute Q&A session.
Jennifer Esparza, Veterans Education Success
Dr. Royce Ann Collins, Kansas State University, Educational Leadership Department
Sandy Storer, A Gap Away

Defining College Transfer Pathways and Their Students
2 pm - 3:15 pm ET

The evolving nature of transfer transitions includes system-wide approaches, such as 2+2 programs, for different types of students. Learn how to identify your institutions' transfer students and advocate for their needs.
Emily Kittrell, NISTS (GA)

Registration
Register by Mar. 14 and save.*

$50 Member | $100 Nonmember | $25 Two- & Four-year Colleges/Universities
Included free with purchase of NACAC's 2020 National Conference—no need to register.
*(Price increases to $100 for all participants on Mar. 15.)

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