2020 CCAS Seminar for Department Chairs/Heads
 
September 13 - 15
Portland, Oregon
 

The Seminar is open to chairs/heads at accredited baccalaureate degree-granting CCAS member institutions.  Due to space limitations, no more than FOUR chairs from the same institution will be admitted.  The first 75 registration requests will be accepted; additional requests will be wait-listed in order of receipt.   Click here   for program details.

Registration Fee:   CCAS Member Institution (per person)             $795                          

                                Non-Member Institution* (per person)            $1,195

 
Payment must be made by credit card at the time you register.  Registration includes seminar materials, two social hours, breakfast and lunch on Monday, breakfast on Tuesday, and refreshment breaks.
 
*If you are unsure whether your Institution is a CCAS member please call 757-221-1784.
 
How to Register:  Click the “Next” button located at the bottom of this screen.  Enter email address of registrant in "New User" box and click "Continue as New User," completing the information requested.  You are now ready to register.
 
Registration Deadline: August 28, or until the seminar is filled.  Your registration will be confirmed once you have successfully completed the online registration process.  Note:  Registration is likely to fill well before the cut-off date, so please do not make hotel and travel arrangements until you have received your registration confirmation.
 
Cancellation Policy: For written cancellations received in the CCAS office by 5:00 p.m. EST on August 14, CCAS will refund the registration fee, less a $95 administrative fee.  After August 14, no refunds will be granted.
 
Hotel Information:
Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront
1401 SW Naito Parkway
Portland, Oregon  97201
 
Rate:   $198 single/double plus tax
Hotel reservation deadline:  August 28, 2020
 
For room reservations, click Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront to book online or call 800-546-9513 and ask for Group Code CCAC or CCAS Council.

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