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NODA Region VI

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Orientation, Transition, and Retention programs are constantly evolving and must adapt over time in order to advocate for growth and the adoption of innovation. As practitioners in the field, transforming visions to actions is at the heart of what we do. Although our “why” might vary, a common thread we share is the student-centered work we do day in and day out. Our commitment to intentional programming and purposeful student engagement is directly related to the student experience and ensuring that our students play a positive role in helping shed light on the critical issues at our institutions and communities.

Regional Leadership

Jordan Holliday-Millard
Regional Coordinator
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Toree Parrish
Educational Initiatives Coordinator
University of Louisville

Elizabeth Manuel
State Coordinator – Florida
University of Central Florida

Shea Kidd Houze
State Coordinator – Mississippi
University of Southern Mississippi

Jackie Bonilla
State Coordinator – South Carolina
University of South Carolina

Ashlee Manley
2020 Region VI Conference Co-Host
Western Kentucky University

Jacque Powers
Communications Coordinator
North Carolina A&T University

Elizabeth Burns
State Coordinator – Alabama
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Alton Standifer
State Coordinator – Georgia
University of Georgia

Martin Fisher
State Coordinator – Mississippi
University of Mississippi

Allen Mullis
State Coordinator – Tennessee
Tennessee Technological University

Ashley Haynie
Communications Coordinator
Florida Atlantic University

Steven Thomas
State Coordinator – Alabama
University of Alabama

Shannon Beck
State Coordinator – Kentucky
University of Louisville

Austin McKim
State Coordinator – North Carolina
University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Destin Tucker
State Coordinator – Tennessee
University of Tennessee at Martin

Vincent Prior
Educational Initiatives Coordinator
University of North Georgia

Tabitha Dawes
State Coordinator – Florida
Florida Gulf Coast University

Kasey Borchardt
State Coordinator – Kentucky
University of Kentucky

Kari King
State Coordinator – North Carolina
Wingate University

Toree Parrish
2020 Region VI Conference Co-Host
University of Louisville

2020 Region VI Conference

Welcome to the SROWdeo

March 13 – 15, 2020
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, KY

schedule

"As a group, our orientation leaders were able to interact with and learn from larger institutions. These interactions and educational sessions gave our leaders concepts to come back with and teach to the rest of the team. "

Preparing for the Conference

As you prepare for the 2020 Region VI Conference, make sure to read through the Dates to Remember so you can stay on top of important conference deadlines.

Registration

Before registering for the conference, please review the 2020 Regional Conference Cancellation Policy.


Educational & Highlight Sessions

Educational and Highlight Sessions for the Region VI Conference closed on January 23, 2020. Educational Session Peer Reviewer applications closed on January 21, 2020.

Conference Information

SROWdeo Educational Sessions Program: Click here to view the Educational Sessions Program Schedule and description.


SROWdeo Spirit Competition: Read the Competition and Guidelines here.

S3D: Song, Skit, Step, and Dance Competition: The Song, Skit, Step and Dance (S3D) Competition has been a long-standing tradition for the Region VI Conference, and we are excited to see what institutions will bring to the competition this year! We are pumped to announce that the S3D Competition will take place on the evening of Saturday, March 14, 2020. You don't want to miss it! 

The deadline for your institution to register for the S3D Competition will be Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at 5:00 pm EST/4:00 pm CST. No late registrations will be accepted.

Participating groups must submit their performance audio, and lyrics if performing in Song, to srow@umn.edu by Friday, February 28, 2020 at 5:00 pm EST/4:00 pm CST. Please read the S3D Competition rules and guidelines for more details. Please note: there have been changes in the performance time limits.

New this year: We will be creating a countdown video to the competition and we want to feature your teams! Please film a clip of your team preparing, practicing, wishing luck to other teams, or just getting hyped for the competition. The deadline to submit video clips to srow@umn.edu will be Monday, February 17, 2020 at 5:00 pm EST/4:00 pm CST.  Please note: iPhone videos (MP4 or MOV files) in landscape orientation are preferred.

For questions, please contact Katelyn Humphrey and Albert Perera at srow@umn.edu

SROWCall & Get to SROW Your Neighbor
The SROWCall/Get to SROW Your Neighbor (GTSYN) offers teams an opportunity to introduce their team members and meet other students at different institutions. It is also an opportunity to show team spirit and meet/build relationships for the duration of the conference and beyond.

It is important that students read through the 2020 SROWCall/Get to SROW Your Neighbor Guidelines and Expectations prior to attending the Region VI Conference to ensure we have a fun, inviting, and inclusive community for all students to be successful.

SROWdeo T-shirt & Banner Competition
This event provides an opportunity for institutions to showcase their school spirit via a t-shirt, banner, or both! Make sure to sign up during the registration process and read these guidelines to ensure you are set up for success. 

Service Project: Are you ready to make an impact? This year NODA Region VI is partnering with The Center for Courageous Kids (CCK). CCK offers summer camp adventures and family retreat weekends for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families free of charge. Their mission is for kids to feel normal and gain life learning experiences they keep with them as they grow. SROW has the incredible opportunity to donate general items, medical needs, and gift cards to support the amazing work that CCK is doing in Kentucky and beyond!

Click here to learn more about the service project, including a complete project overview, scoring criteria, and the inventory submission form. 

Review the NODA Region VI Strategic Plan.

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