2021 VIRTUAL Seminar for Department Chairs/Heads

February 24, 25, March 1, 2

(4 days of instruction over two weeks)

The Seminar is open to chairs/heads at accredited baccalaureate degree-granting CCAS member institutions.  No more than FOUR chairs from the same institution will be admitted.  The first 100 registration requests will be accepted; additional requests will be wait-listed in order of receipt.     Click here for program details.
Program Date & Time Outline
All times listed are Eastern Standard Time
Wednesday, February 24    1:00 pm - 5:30 pm [4:30 pm Social Hour optional]
Thursday, February 25     12:00 pm - 6:00 pm [12:00 pm Virtual BYO Lunch & 5:00 pm Social Hour optional]
Monday, March 1             12:00 pm - 6:00 pm [12:00 pm Virtual BYO Lunch & 5:00 pm Social Hour optional]
Tuesday, March 2            12:00 pm - 6:00 pm [12:00 pm Virtual BYO Lunch optional]
Registration Fee   CCAS Member Institution (per person)             $300                     
Payment must be made by credit card at the time you register.  Registration includes electronic workbook and you will be provided with a Zoom link for meeting participation.  Registration is not transferrable.
How to Register
Click the “Next” button located at the bottom of the screen.  Enter email address of registrant in "New User" box and click "Continue as New User," completing the information requested for the attendee.  You are now ready to register.
Registration Deadline
The registration deadline is February 10, or until the seminar is filled.  Your registration will be confirmed once you have successfully completed the online registration process. 
Cancellation Policy
For written cancellations received in the CCAS office by 5:00 p.m. EST on February 3, CCAS will refund the registration fee, less a $30 administrative fee.  After February 3, no refunds will be granted.


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  • providing professional development
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