NOTE: This registration form is for DEANS only!


Registration for Deans

March 17-20, 2024
Santa Fe

The first 30 registration requests will be accepted, with preference going to college deans; additional requests will be wait-listed in order of receipt. Although this event is intended for new deans, a limited number of seats is reserved for associate deans with responsibility for faculty and curricular issues.

Registration Fee:      
CCAS Member     -      $1,150
Fees include conference materials; Sunday reception; Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday breakfast buffets, and Monday lunch.
Registration Deadline: February 13 or until the seminar is filled. Payment must be made by credit card at the time you register. 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 1st, CCAS will refund the registration fee, less a $100 administrative fee.  After February 1st, no refunds will be granted. 
Program Information:

CCAS Seminar for New Deans (March 17-20, 2024) & CCAS Seminar for Department Chairs & Heads (March 17-19, 2024)

  • Topics include College & Department Organization and Planning, Budget and Resource Management, Development, Recruitment and Retention of Faculty and Staff, Legal Issues, Communicating from the Middle, and more
  • Program includes interactive presentations, small group work, case study discussions, and informal networking at meals and receptions
  • Collocated in Santa Fe, NM, with some shared programming & shared refreshments
  • Both seminars begin at 3:00 PM Sunday, March 17th
  • Chairs conclude before lunch on Tuesday; Deans before lunch on Wednesday
Hotel Information:
Drury Plaza Hotel Santa Fe
828 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe, NM 87501
Rate:   $199 single/double plus tax
Hotel reservation deadline:  Feb 13
Attendees can make reservations by visiting this link:


CCAS, founded in 1965, is the national association for deans of arts & sciences. CCAS represents 800+ deans and 1200+ associate/assistant deans and fosters excellence in colleges and schools of arts & sciences by:

  • connecting deans with each other
  • providing professional development
  • serving as a forum for discussing issues in higher education
  • advocating for liberal learning


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