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CACUSS 2014 - Navigating Change conference in Halifax
The Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS) will be holding its annual conference this June in Halifax, Nova Scotia. CACUSS 2014, Navigating Change, is scheduled Sunday, June 8th (pre-conference workshops on campus at Saint Mary's University) to Wednesday, June 11th. Sessions will be held at the World Trade & Convention Centre (WTCC) in downtown Halifax. The opening reception will take place on Sunday evening at the Halifax Citadel, national historic site in downtown Halifax. The banquet will take place on Tuesday, June 10th at the Cunard Centre. Buses will be arranged to transport delegates back and forth to the events.
2014 Registration Rates will remain the same as those for the 2013 conference. Lower student registration rates are offered.
Call for Proposals Open - mid November 2013
Call for Proposals Closed - January 28, 2014
Registration Opens - February 15, 2014
Early Bird Deadline - May 1, 2014
Registration Closes - May 30, 2014
Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
923 Robie Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
World Trade Convention Centre
1800 Argyle Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
720 Spadina Avenue
Suite 202, Toronto, ON M5S 2T9
CACUSS is a professional bilingual association representing and serving those individuals who work in Canadian post-secondary institutions in Student Affairs and Services.
While it has existed in its present form since 1971, the origins of this association derive from the University Advisory Services (1946) and, more recently, the University Counselling and Placement Association (UCPA) and the Canadian Association of University Student Personnel Services (CAUSPS).
Since 1973, CACUSS has provided professional development services and programs for members in all the Canadian provinces. Cross-divisional interest groups are formed by members from time to time based on their professional needs focusing on areas such as peer helping, first year students, new professionals and leadership education.