Booth Rates & Info
NASPA is excited to host the 2024 Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington! The exhibit hall, the majority of educational program sessions, and all keynote speakers will be held at the Seattle Convention Center Summit, March 9 - March 13, 2024. We are expecting thousands of student affairs professionals from across the nation and other countries to attend. This is an excellent opportunity to meet people within the industry and showcase your organization/company in our exhibit hall.
We continue to outsource with e-Show to make your online experience as smooth as possible. Some of the perks to this online system include the following
- Pay online with a credit card.
- Live profile updates of your booth information.
- Corporate Engagement Service Center for immediate access to the latest updated information regarding the conference.
- Much more.
- Booth package includes: one (1) six-foot table, two (2) chairs, one (1) waste basket, identification sign, back drape and side drape. Note: The 2024 exhibit hall booth space is carpeted.
- Each 10x10 booth purchased includes two (2) exhibitor registrations (for company representatives only). Additional registrations are $475 through the Maritz registration/housing process after selecting your booth space.
- Dedicated breaks held in the exhibit hall.
- An alphabetical company web site listing.
- The opportunity to participate in over 40 sponsorship opportunities and other marketing strategies.
- Listing of your company's name, web site and company description in the meetings mobile app (if purchased before February 1, 2024).
An electronic mailing and e-mail list of registered attendees approximately three (3) weeks prior to the conference. Note: This list will only include those attendees who have consented to have their information shared with exhibitors and sponsors. Organizations that are NASPA members will receive both e-mail addresses and mailing addresses.
- General security guard services.
- Exhibitor liability insurance (included with booth fees).
- Daily aisle maintenance.
EXHIBIT BOOTH PRICING:
EXHIBIT BOOTH PRICING:
|2024 Exhibit Booth Pricing for 10 x 10 (by December 15, 2023)||Member||Non-Member|
|2024 Exhibit Booth Pricing for 10 x 10 (by February 2, 2024)||Member||Non-Member|
|2024 Exhibit Booth Pricing for 10 x 10 (by March 13, 2024)||Member||Non-Member|
*There are no additional fees for corner booths purchased.
Ready to get your membership activated? If so, you can fill out the membership application form. Member benefits are listed here.
Thank you for your willingness to participate in the 2024 NASPA Annual Conference in Seattle. For further questions regarding exhibits and sponsorships please contact Fred Comparato at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 614-204-5994.
EQUITY AND JUSTICE at NASPA
NASPA is committed to:
- shaping the ways post-secondary institutions recognize, challenge, and dismantle barriers to student access and success;
- fostering effective civic and democratic engagement for justice; and
- enacting innovative student affairs research and practice that span boundaries, speak to intersectional lives, and advance inclusion and justice.
As student affairs educators, we know the value of truly inclusive, equitable, and just learning environments, and we understand our essential role in creating healthy, brave curricular and co-curricular spaces that cultivate critical thinking, identity exploration and expression, and capacity for change.
COMMITMENT TO EQUITY, INCLUSION, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
NASPA affirms the importance and centrality of the values of equity, inclusion, and social justice to student affairs professionals, both in their daily lives and in their work on behalf of and with students and other constituents. NASPA believes that equity, inclusion, and social justice require continual pursuits to ensure that members from all identities, backgrounds, abilities, and belief systems have access, voice, acknowledgement, and opportunities to participate at all levels within the Association and the profession. Additionally, NASPA strives to ensure that our membership, leadership, scholarship, and programming are reflective of these values, and through our standards of professional practice we hold our members and the Association accountable to these principles in our work on behalf of the profession.
Approved by NASPA Board of Directors March 2016
NASPA STRATEGIC PLAN
Equity, justice, and civic engagement are prominent elements of the 2019-2024 NASPA Strategic Plan, which aims to fulfill the promise of higher education through advocacy for student success, equity, inclusion, and social justice, research and scholarship, and professional development and engagement.
NASPA is dedicated to providing a welcoming environment and strives to address the interests of its members and the student affairs profession on issues related to social justice, equity, and inclusion. We seek to foster a positive environment built upon a foundation of trust, respect, open communications, and ethical behavior.
It is the policy of NASPA not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, gender identity, gender expression, affectional or sexual orientation, veteran status, or disability in any of its policies, programs, publications, and services. NASPA prohibits discrimination and harassment at any time, including during its events or within publications and online learning communities.
NASPA participants are expected to conduct themselves in all NASPA capacities, events, and settings with:
Consideration and respect in their speech and actions and in their personal, professional and business conduct toward participants, NASPA and venue employees, exhibitors, and sponsors;
Honesty in their professional relationships, including refraining from taking credit for the work of others without specific acknowledgement and authorization;
Courtesy and respect for individuals’ personal boundaries; and
Behavior that is free from:
Demeaning, discriminatory, insulting, or harassing language or actions, or language and actions that enforce dominance, in person or online;
Harassment of any kind, including but not limited to unwelcome sexual advances, sexual imagery and language, requests for sexual favors, deliberate intimidation, stalking, and other verbal or physical harassment;
Content recording without the permission of the participants; and
Sustained disruption of sessions or events.