2017 Extended Orientation Institute
The Extended Orientation Institute is an opportunity for professionals and students throughout the nation to become educated about trends and best practices while engaging in current research within the field of extended orientation programming. In addition, come to network with colleagues and students, spend time in the great state of Georgia, and further develop yourself as an expert in our field. With a blend of student and staff facilitated educational sessions, round-table discussions, and panel sessions, we know this institute has the potential to benefit many aspects of your program.
Whether you are new to extended orientation programming, a seasoned professional, or looking to create something new on your campus, we look forward to hosting you at The University of Georgia, home of Dawg Camp!
December 1-3, 2017
The University of Georgia
Registration & Travel Information
Athens, GA 30602
Registration for the 2017 Extended Orientation Institute opens on Tuesday, September 5, 2017.
All NODA membership fees are nonrefundable once payment has been processed. Conference registrants requesting a cancellation that is received in writing to the NODA Association Office on or before 5 p.m. CST, November 4, 2016, will receive a full refund. Cancellations made after this date will result in no refund.
Holiday Inn Express Athens
514 W. Board Street
Athens, CA 30601
Click here to make a reservation, or call 706-546-8122 or 1-800-HOLIDAY (465-4329). Use group code NOD to use the NODA rate of $99/night. Parking is complimentary for all overnight guests.
Reservations must be made by Friday, November 10, 2017. Thereafter, reservations will be taken on a space available basis only.
Athens is located an hour and 20 minutes from Atlanta, Georgia.
Present/Submit a Proposal
NODA will start accepting proposals for educational sessions on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. The deadline for proposals is October 19, 2017, and presenters will be notified by Thursday, November 2, 2017.
Educational session proposal elements include your presentation title, an abstract, description/outline, and learning outcomes. Roundtable proposal elements include a title or theme, summary of your verbal presentation and a list of guiding questions.
For additional information, please contact:
Eddie Higginbotham IV
Senior Coordinator of Leadership and Transition
University of Georgia