SCCPA’s 50th Anniversary Conference
Navigating the Past, Charting the Future
March 11th-13th, 2020 | Myrtle Beach, SC
In 1970 a group of college personnel came together to host the very first conference in South Carolina focused on “Future Developments In Higher Education.” Mr. M. Hurst Marshall, Administrative Assistant to the Commissioner of Higher Education, delivered the keynote address and some of the recommendations to be made to the state legislatures were: that the College of Charleston become a state supported institution and Winthrop College admit males. At that same meeting SCCPA president Clarice Johnson of Presbyterian College conducted a brief business meeting and it was decided that a fall conference would be held in Columbia. Susan Delany gave the treasurer’s report, and SCCPA had a healthy checking account balance of $142.60!
This forward thinking group of individuals intuitively knew that much change was to be expected in higher education and they wanted to be advocates for the students in their institutions. And they were right, much has changed in the past 50 years of higher education in South Carolina. While much has been learned during the past 50 years, there is value in examining our past as a way of informing our future.
Help us celebrate those tireless colleagues that came before us and help us celebrate the very association that provided the platform for bringing college personnel together for professional development, networking opportunities, leadership experience, and information on the latest trends and issues in our field.
Join us March 11th-13th, 2020 for SCCPA’s 50th Anniversary Conference. The conference theme, Navigating the Past, Charting the Future, pays tribute not only to the hard work of so many professionals over the last 50 years, but also sets the tone for how we can move forward together. See you at the beach!
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“Member” indicates holding an active membership in ACPA and/or SCCPA. Member rates will automatically be offered to registrants with an active ACPA and/or SCCPA membership. If you are unable to select the member rate during registration, please contact Julia Harvey (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Sydney Wein (email@example.com).
Embassy Suites of Myrtle Beach
9800 Queensway Blvd
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
(800) 876-0010, option 2
Making Your Reservation:
When calling to make your reservation, identify yourself as an attendee of the SC College Personnel Association Conference and use the following SRP code: COL.