The On Course National Conference staff has been monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely.
We are reviewing the unfolding situation daily, including CDC recommendations for travel and public events, local and state health office guidelines, policies and advisories, other public event cancellations (or re-scheduling), hotel policies and college travel/event decisions.
We have not yet made a final decision about holding, re-scheduling or cancelling our May 7-9, 2020 event, and anticipate making and publicizing this decision within the next couple weeks. Should the spread of the virus be contained, and the event can safely be held, we may be able to go forward.
However, should the virus continue to spread, and pose a significant danger to attendee travel or to holding the event, we anticipate the need to re-schedule to Fall 2020, or to cancel the May 2020 conference and offer the conference again in 2021.
Thank you for your patience during this trying time.
Jonathan Brennan, PhD, EdD
Chair, On Course 2020 National Conference
May 7-9, 2020
Join us to exchange and celebrate best practices in student success…from immediately usable instructional and counseling strategies to campus-wide programs that increase retention and student academic success. Learn great new strategies from educators who are changing the lives of their students and transforming their colleges into learner-centered institutions. Best of all, you won’t just hear about how to empower your students to become active, responsible learners. You’ll experience it!
Thanks to the 500 educators who made the 2019 On Course National Conference an overwhelming success. Since the 2020 conference is limited to 500 attendees, please REGISTER NOW to ensure your space.
– Janine Rudnick, El Paso Community College, TX
–Kathy Hanneken, Mesa Community College, AZ
The conference registration fee includes:
Pre-Conference day includes hot buffet breakfast, lunch, beverage and snack breaks, and all pre-conference materials.
Whether you’ve been working with On Course strategies for years or just care deeply about the success of your students, attend this powerful professional development conference. Expect to experience and learn proven strategies you can implement immediately to help your students reach more of their potential in college…and in life.The On Course National Conference is ideal for:
|* Conference Registration ONLY (May 8-9, 2020) Early Bird Pricing: $595 (ends on March 4, 2020) Regular Pricing: $695
* Conference Registration with Pre-Conference: Save $65 when adding a pre-conference! (May 7-9, 2020) Early Bird Pricing: $845 (ends on March 4, 2020) Regular Pricing: $945
* Pre-Conference Registration ONLY (May 7, 2020): $395
|* Groups of 10 or more receive a 10% discount on registration fees.
* Groups of 25 or more receive a 15% discount on registration fees.
To receive a group discount code, please contact us at email@example.com.
“This is a big conference with a small conference feel. The atmosphere was positive, collegial, and helpful. Lots of variety in topics. So many sessions sounded good it was often difficult to choose. Obviously so much thought and planning went into everything!”
–Kristie Daniel-DiGregorio, El Camino College, CA
“I loved the great experiential sessions, a terrific conference staff always ready to help, and participants so friendly and willing to share. This conference is what all conferences should aspire to be!”–Marianne Auten, Paradise Valley Community College, AZ
“This is the best conference I attend because I come away with real, practical, usable ideas and activities and everyone is so willing to share.”–RuthAnn S. North, Faculty, Success Strategies, Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, WI
Office Address: ON COURSE
61 Renato Court, Suite 21A Redwood City, California 94061
Phone: (650) 365-7623
On Course recognizes the contributions of the late Kathy Berggren, Faculty, Communications, Cornell University, NY The On Course Steering Committee would like to acknowledge our sponsors for the 2020 On Course Conference:
Jonathan Brennan, Faculty, English, Mission College, CA (Chair)
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Ann Brandon, BSSOT Coordinator, Faculty, Education and Reading, Clovis Community College, CA
Essie Childers, Faculty, Education and Reading, Blinn College, TX
Mark McBride, Communications/College Success, Eastern Florida State College, FL
DeRhonda McWaine, Faculty/Student Success Coordinator, San Jacinto College, TX
Robin Middleton, Emerita Faculty, Student Development, Jamestown Community College, NY
Amy Pawlik, Dean, Student Support Services, Heartland Community College, IL
Deb Poese, Director, Teacher Education Partnerships and Faculty, Mathematics, Montgomery College, MD
Kim Rainstar, Faculty, English as Second Language, University of California, Irvine (Extension), CA
Sally Sharbaugh, Counselor/Faculty, Human Development, South Puget Sound Community College, WA
Al Trujillo, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Department of Earth, Space, & Aviation Sciences, Palomar College, CA
Nic Voge, Associate Director, Learning Center, McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning, Princeton University, NJ
LuAnn Wood, Faculty, Reading/Student Success and Student Success Coordinator, Century College, MN
Eileen Zamora, Emerita Faculty, English, Southwestern College, CA
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On Course recognizes the contributions of the late Kathy Berggren, Faculty, Communications, Cornell University, NY
The On Course Steering Committee would like to acknowledge our sponsors for the 2020 On Course Conference: