What is Compact24?
Compact24 is Campus Compact’s 2024 annual conference.
Where is Compact24?
Compact24 will take place in Denver, CO. The main events will be at the Hilton Denver City Center and special events will be held around the Denver metro area. Read more about the venues by clicking “Plan Your Trip” above or visiting events.compact.org/compact24/plan.
When should I be in Denver?
Compact24 begins on Sunday, April 7, with affinity network convenings and some special programming. The regular conference begins on Monday, April 8 with pre-conference experiences in the morning and an opening lunch plenary. Regular conference programming will end before noon Mountain Time on Wednesday, April 10.
Where can I learn more about Campus Compact and their offerings?
It’s easy! Visit our website at compact.org for the latest events, programs, and resources. We also encourage you to join one of our monthly member orientations or prospective member open houses to learn more about how to best engage with the Compact.
Can I register for Compact24?
Yes! Anyone can attend Compact24. Visit our pricing & registration page to sign up.
Do I need to be a Campus Compact member to attend?
No. Anyone is welcome to attend! (But don't be surprised if you find yourself joining soon after.)
How can I edit my registration?
Click here to make changes to your existing registration. If you need help, contact us at email@example.com.
How can I cancel my registration?
Cancel your registration by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org before February 29, 2024, to be refunded the value of your ticket less a $100 cancelation fee. We are unable to offer refunds for cancellations after February 29, 2024. However, at any point before the conference, you may transfer your full registration to another person at no cost by contacting us at email@example.com.
How can I register a group?
During registration, you will be able to add multiple guests in one transaction. Groups of four or more Campus Compact members that are registered in a single transaction will be eligible for a 10% discount on Member Rate tickets. All guests registered as part of a group must be from the same institution. Use code "Group" at checkout to activate the discount.
Do I need to sign up for specific sessions?
No. Registered attendees may attend any general session, breakout session, or opportunity listed in the conference schedule. Seating at sessions will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, so we recommend arriving early. Pre-conference sessions and other special opportunities will require separate tickets that are available as part of our normal registration process.
How do you determine the cost of registration?
We work hard to keep the cost of registration as low as possible. We set a goal to break even on conference costs by pursuing ambitious fundraising goals to subsidize conference costs. We are always looking for sponsors & exhibitors to contribute to help us keep our conference as budget-friendly as possible. If you have sponsorship ideas or opportunities you would like to share, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are scholarships available?
We are proud to offer lower, more affordable rates to students, AmeriCorps members, and community partners who may not have conference funding or professional development budgets.
We also seek opportunities from sponsors that enable us to offer scholarships for free admission. Any available scholarship or finanical support information will be sent to our mailing list and listed below.
- We are currently offering financial support to community college members that wish to attend through a partnership with The Lumina Foundation. Learn more and apply for funding.
What discounts are available?
Discounted admission will be available to all faculty and staff at Campus Compact member institutions. To find out if you are a member, contact Natalie Furlett at email@example.com. Discounted admission is also available for groups of four or more from a Campus Compact member institution, students, AmeriCorps members, and community partners.
VENUE, ACCOMMODATIONS & MEALS
Where can I stay?
Campus Compact has reserved a block of rooms at the Hilton Denver City Center for $209 per night. Find out more about booking by clicking “Plan Your Trip” above or visiting events.compact.org/compact24/plan.
Are meals included?
Your conference registration includes breakfast, lunch, and heavy hors d'oeuvres at our signature reception on Monday, April 8, breakfast and lunch on Tuesday, April 9, and breakfast on Wednesday, April 10. Snacks will be served periodically throughout the conference.
Can you accommodate my special dietary needs?
We can accommodate many special dietary needs (such as vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, and food allergies). Please be sure to list your dietary needs in your registration. If you would like to edit an existing registration, please click here. Please note that, while we will do our best, we cannot commit to accommodating every dietary restriction.
How can I present a session?
Our call for proposals closed on September 8, 2023.
How did you select the sessions?
Sessions were selected from proposals submitted by faculty, staff, students, and community partners. Proposals were reviewed by the Conference Program Committee and peer reviewers based on the relevance of topic, quality of the submission, and session outcomes.
NETWORKING & COMMUNITY
What is the conference code of conduct?
Please read and follow our code of conduct.
How can I connect with like-minded people?
The Compact coalition is a very welcoming place, so expect a warm welcome from just about anyone! However, if you’d like to find folks with a similar role to you or who share your interests, keep an eye out for affinity group and network meetings that will take place during the conference.
How will you moderate discussion?
We know that the Campus Compact network is a kind and caring community where people look out for one another. However, we understand that at any event, there is a risk that not everyone who joins will be on their best behavior. We require that everyone who participates in any of our conferences or events abide by our code of conduct. If any person violates our code of conduct, we reserve the right to immediately bar them from participating in the remainder of the event. If you witness any instances of harmful, disruptive, or offensive comments that violate our code of conduct, please immediately report it to a member of staff or submit it anonymously at compact.org/code-of-conduct.
What is the dress code?
Most Compact conference participants wear comfortable, business-casual attire. Comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended. We aim to keep the temperature comfortable inside the conference spaces, but you may want to bring a sweater or a light jacket.
Will there be wifi?
Yes! We'll provide information about how to connect in lots of places.
Is there a conference app?
Yes! It will be launched in advance of the conference. Keep an eye on your inbox for more information.
What should I bring?
Compact24 will be a great opportunity for learning and networking. You may want to bring a laptop or a notebook and pen and your business cards.
We want everyone to feel comfortable at Campus Compact events. We provide all reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. Please review our accessibility page for more detailed information.