District Online Conference Frequently Asked Questions
All registrations should be placed by institution. A single registration will be covered under the first registration tier.
The tiered registration rates are per institution.
No, registration is for all three days of the conference.
If there is a chance that your institution registration will exceed 25 registrants, it is recommended that you register for Tier 3 to accommodate the most people at the lowest rate.
Each district is awarding several $500 grants that institutions would be able to apply toward their All Districts Conference registration fees. Applications must be received by Monday, Nov. 30 at 11:59 PM PT to be considered. In order to ensure that one application is completed per institution, we invite Chief Advancement Officers to submit the final application. Award notifications will be sent in mid-December. Apply now.
Members can update their password and member information by logging in to the CASE Store. For troubleshooting login issues, visit the Login FAQs webpage.
Yes, the Tier 3 institutional rate would cover any number of attendees. However, attendees must register by February 8th to be included.
For smaller schools and shops, we encourage you to invite your enrollment, business office, and academic deans along to learn more about your advancement office and enjoy our inspiring keynote sessions.
Volunteers and speakers are encouraged to register with their institutions for the conference. If registration is preventing a volunteer or speaker from participating, please contact Natalie Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, the conference will include social and networking opportunities throughout the conference. Details will be posted online as they are confirmed.
Pre-conference session recordings, resources, and engagement opportunities will be included in the conference registration fee. Details will be posted online as they are confirmed.
Yes, all eight districts are represented in the conference planning, networking, and presenting educational sessions.
Yes, we look forward to welcoming exhibitors and sponsors to the online conference. For exhibit and sponsor questions, contact Anthony Mitchell at email@example.com.
No, the call for proposals is closed. For additional CASE speaking opportunities please visit, the CASE Volunteer webpage for more information.
A committee of volunteers from each district evaluated over 380 session proposals to decide on the 50 elective sessions. District representation, diversity and inclusion, key topics, a variety of institution types and sizes were factors in selecting final sessions.
The conference will begin each day at 11:15 am EST. Visit the program page for the most up to date information on session topics and schedule. All sessions are listed in Eastern Standard time.
Yes, recordings and will be available for registered attendees following the conference. CASE resources and some recordings will be available before the conference begins.
No, there will not be individual district conferences this year. In 2021 we will have one online conference that includes all eight districts. We hope to resume in-person individual conferences in 2022.