Mid-Atlantic 2022 Regional Conference

March 9-11, 2022
Charlottesville, VA

Access available session slides on the program page.

Acknowledging History + Defining the Future

The SCUP 2022 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference will be in-person at the University of Virginia (UVA)! As the Mid-Atlantic region’s first in-person, post-pandemic conference, we’ve specifically designed this event around an enjoyable on-campus experience. We look forward to having you join us in Thomas Jefferson’s historic Academical Village to share ideas and solutions for the issues facing higher education planning today.

This year’s conference theme is “Acknowledging History + Defining the Future,” using UVA as a case study to begin a conversation around addressing historical context and moving our institutions forward. Each day of the conference will feature a keynote presentation from different perspectives, including higher education leadership, current university students, and university planners. To accompany these keynotes, we will be selecting timely and relevant concurrent sessions from our open call for proposals.

Keeping you safe.

We are planning for, and excited to welcome attendees to our in-person annual conference, while acknowledging the complexities of planning a safe and effective in-person, indoor conference that meets new and emerging university, local, state, and federal regulations. We are monitoring local and state regulations as well as guidelines from the CDC and WHO. As these regulations and guidelines change frequently we will provide more information to registrants as we approach the conference.

We and the University of Virginia expect that all conference attendees will be fully vaccinated according to CDC guidelines for full vaccination or arrive with a negative covid test taken less than 72 hours prior to arrival. Attendees will be required to demonstrate their status by showing their vaccination cards or negative covid test results to pick up their badge. Masks are required for all indoor activities.

Currently, there is no proof of vaccination or negative Covid test to enter a restaurant in Charlottesville.

Not able to attend in person? Powerpoints of sessions will be available to you approximately one week after the conference (available for registered attendees only).


Featured Speaker

Professor of Politics, Founder and Director of the University of Virginia Center for PoliticsUniversity of Virginia
Architect for the UniversityUniversity of Virginia
Vice Provost for the ArtsUniversity of Virginia

Mid-Atlantic Regional Sponsors

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