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CASP 2022: Strength Through Support

We know the last couple of years may feel unprecedented, but postsecondary professionals and the students they serve have been experiencing barriers and obstacles since the very beginning of our field. Our professionals were there during the early years of postsecondary education to prepare students for the rigorous arithmetic and Latin admission requirements. Since then postsecondary professionals have assisted current and incoming students as they’ve returned from multiple wars and during the Civil Rights Movement. Support also comes during times of the smaller battles when students are working multiple jobs, taking care of family, or just have been extremely underprepared by their previous institutions. Whether we were called remedial, student support, TRIO, supplemental, or developmental, students have been knocking on our doors for help for generations. 

The support that we grant students not only gives them strength, but helps them find the strength within themselves. This year CASP, together with our partners at Houston Community College, wants to celebrate all the relationships, practices, services, research, pedagogy, policies, and holistic approaches that have to foster strength and resiliency with our students over the years—and for many more years to come.

Call for Proposals!

We are now accepting proposals for the 41st annual College Academic Support Programs Conference. All proposals should be planned for a 45 minute virtual session. 

Traditionally we accept submissions along the following strands:

  • Curriculum, technology, and tools;
  • Student success support
  • Social justice
  • Instruction & pedagogy
  • Research and evaluation
  • Student engagement

This list is not all inclusive! We are excited to receive any and all proposals relevant to the topic of postsecondary supports or support programs. 


The conference registration consists of three steps:
Step One: Click on conference registration form button and fill out our membership application.
Step Two: Submit payment for the conference. Be sure to click on the URL link at the end of the Google Form to be taken to the PayPal Payment Portal.
Step Three: Print out PayPal receipt and payment acknowledgment page to provide your institution for reimbursement purposes.

Early Conference

Registration
$ 125
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Late Conference

Registration
$ 150
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Event Schedule

Please refer to the Whova app for schedule details.
Breakout Session Times Monday, Oct. 18 Tuesday, Oct. 19 Wednesday, Oct. 20
10:00 a.m.--11:00 a.m. Opening Session Opening Session Opening Session
11:15 a.m.--12:00 p.m. Breakout Sessions Breakout Sessions Breakout Sessions
12:15 p.m.--1:00 p.m. Lunch/Conversations Lunch/Conversations Lunch/Conversations
1:15 p.m.--2:00 p.m. Breakout Sessions State Meetings Breakout Sessions
2:15 p.m.--3:30 p.m. Executive Circle Townhall Meeting Inductions / Awards

Join the CASP Listserv.

If you want to be part of Texas’s discussion about TSI and THECB decisions, please join the CASP Listserv. Our CASP-LISTSERV provides a discussion forum for members and affiliates of TX-NOSS, TxCRLA, the THECB, and anyone interested in developmental education and learning assistance issues impacted by Texas State law. The listserv provides vital information on frequent legislative updates affecting our pedagogy with an opportunity to connect with others in the field. 

Click here to join the CASP Listserv.

If you have any questions about the listserv, please contact either Leti Villarreal  (Leticia.villarreal@tamucc.edu)  or Rene LeBlanc (TL02@txstate.edu).

CASP 2022 Conference: Strength Through Support!

FAQs

Once you register, you will receive an email with detailed instructions on how to connect to the conference.

Registering before the first day of the conference sessions is $125.00; registering on the first day of the virtual conference is $150.00.

All conference sessions will be recorded and materials will be made available after the conference.

10:00 AM (Central Standard Time) September 28 is the first day of the conference. Convert to your local time here.

There will be a question and answer box in each session for attendees to ask questions.
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