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2013 NODA Annual Conference - Undergraduate Student
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2013 NODA Annual Conference - Undergraduate Student

This is the event registration for undergraduate students who would like to register for the NODA Annual Conference. If you are a Professional, Graduate Student, or Associate Member, please find your corresponding registration form to fill out. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the NODA Association Office at 1(866) 521-NODA (6632) or email

11/3/2013 to 11/6/2013
When: 11/3/2013
Where: Grand Hyatt San Antonio
600 East Market Street
San Antonio, Texas  78205
United States
Contact: NODA Association Office
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The city of San Antonio is rich in history and culture, as well as a booming economy that is centered around the people, pride, passion and promise that makes this city so unique. San Antonio serves as the perfect setting for our conference as we strive to honor the past strides that have been made in the field of orientation, retention and transition and learn how they can assist us in creating innovative programs for the future. Mark your calendars for November 3-6, 2013 and join us at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio for an experience in history, innovation and education.

NODAC 2013 Educational Goals and Outcomes

The NODAC 2013 educational goals and outcomes seek to provide NODA members with an intentional experience focused on retention, current trends in higher education and innovation in the field as well as an abundance of networking opportunities. We hope that through active participation, attendees of NODAC 2013 will fulfill the following outcomes:

  1. Trends in Higher Education Pertaining to Orientation, Transition and Retention
  • Attendees will explore and learn about current trends and topics related to orientation and transition programs on college and university campuses
  • Attendees will develop an understanding of the way changes in campus climate affect the goals and outcomes of orientation, transition and retention programs.

     2. Research

  • Attendees will learn about key research done in the fields of orientation, transition and retention by soliciting targeted educational session presentations on recent developments

     3. Education

  • Attendees will gain knowledge of best practices and innovative approaches to orientation and transition programming by participating in focused dialogues and educational sessions around topics to include:
    - Veteran Students
    - Hispanic Serving Institutions
    - Non-Traditional Students

  • Attendees will increase and gain a broader understanding of the needs of transfer students on our campuses
  • Attendees will explore new and emerging technological advances that can assist campuses in meeting the needs of a diverse student population

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