Registration Information

Registration Information

Registration for the 2024 NADOHE Annual Conference, to be held in Seattle, Washington from March 13-16, 2024, is now open!

Event information will be updated below as it becomes available. The pricing table by registration date can be found below.

Dates & Pricing

Registration for the 2024 NADOHE Annual Conference is open. Applicable fees are determined by the date and type of registration detailed below:

Early Registration Pricing: Registration on or before January 24, 2024
Advanced Registration Pricing: January 25, 2024 - February 21, 2024
Onsite Registration Pricing: February 22, 2024 - March 16, 2024

Member - $750.00 early / $800.00 advanced / $850.00 onsite
Non-Member - $950.00 early / $1,000 advanced / $1065 onsite

Student - $575.00 early / $650.00 advanced / $700.00 onsite
Non-Member Student - $650.00 early / $700.00 advanced / $750.00 onsite

Retiree - $562.50 early / $600.00 advanced / $637.50 onsite
Non-Member Retiree - $712.50 early / $750.00 advanced / $798.75 onsite

Pre-Conference Workshops

NADOHE's Pre-Conference Workshops will be held Wednesday, March 13, 2024 with two morning sessions and two afternoon sessions available to choose from. Workshop registration is completed through the Conference Registration form. Capacity is limited per session.

Morning Sessions, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm PST

Charting Excellence:  Empowering New Chief Diversity Officers for Success

Transitioning to a new Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) position is both exciting and challenging. Forging a path of transformational organizational change with increasing demands from multiple constituents, and often limited resources is no easy task. In addition to content expertise, your ability to succeed is dependent on continually increasing your capacity to navigate complexities while maintaining an authentic sense of self and an unwavering focus on the institutional mission. This session will tackle these realities and provide practical solutions for navigating your early years as a CDO.

So, You Want to Be a CDO

Becoming a Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) in higher education is a far less linear progression than other executive positions in the academy. This session will cover a range of relevant CDO competencies, pathways to, and strategies for leading diversity, equity and inclusion and justice efforts at the institutional level.  Insights on what it means to serve in the C-Suite and work at the 30,000-foot level will be shared with participants seeking a CDO position as well as those who are currently doing the work without the title.

Afternoon Sessions, 1:00 – 5:00 pm PST

Campus Climate Assessment Retrospective:  Learning from the Past and Best Practices for the Future

In this session, Sue Rankin, Ph.D., will reflect on 25 years of campus climate assessment and research. She will examine what we have learned, where we are now, and how campus climate assessments can play a role in supporting students, staff and faculty in achieving academic, personal, and professional success.

Dismantling the ‘U.S. vs. Global” Dichotomy:  Creating Synergy Between Intercultural and Social Justice Approaches

U.S. higher education has structural barriers to holistically addressing complex global, multicultural and equity challenges.  In this session, Amer F. Ahmed, Ed.D., will explore opportunities to synergize intercultural education strategies in higher education with diversity and social justice strategies to help maximize impact.  The Intercultural Praxis Model as well as case examples will be utilized to facilitate strategic implementation.

Accessibility and Dietary Accomodation

NADOHE seeks to create a conference experience that is inclusive, welcoming, and accessible for all conference attendees. There is a space on the conference registration form where accessibility needs can be indicated. The registrant will be contacted following completion of this information so to ensure accommodation at the meeting. Notification via the registration form and/or to by February 1 will allow adequate time to ensure your needs are accommodated.

Learn more about Conference Accessibility Here

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be made in writing and sent to and are subject to a cancellation fee. Cancellation requests received after February 21 and conference no-shows are ineligible for refunds. Conference organizers will issue refunds within 45 days of the request. All registration fees will be deferred to the following year if the conference is canceled. Please note that registrations are non-transferable.

Interested in becoming a Sponsor?

Your sponsorship of the 2024 NADOHE Annual Conference demonstrates your organization’s support of our mission and of this Conference’s ambition to highlight the policies, programs, practices, and processes that should be examined and enacted in order to create lasting change on college campuses.

Our Sponsorship Brochure is available here.

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