January 26, 2023
Campus-Community Connections
A Publication of ITGA
Submit Your Proposal Ideas by February 15!
The ITGA Conference, hosted by Colorado State University and the City of Fort Collins, provides an ideal place to meet with colleagues to enjoy learning about FoCo's burgeoning breweries, platinum rated bike-friendly culture, vibrant arts and music scene, as well as its health-conscious and “green” way of living. We are seeking proposals that align with the conference tracks. To learn more, click here.
Register Before February 1 to Save!
Attend the conference, share successful strategies, learn from colleagues and commiserate with a group of dedicated peers that Get It! The ITGA City & University Relations Conference offers keynote addresses and educational sessions that provide attendees with the tools needed to address the complex challenges faced by campus communities around the globe. Conference registration rates increase February 1. To register, click here.
If you need a justification letter to attend the conference, visit www.itga.org and click on the 2023 Conference Tab.
Why Attend the ITGA Conference?
"The ITGA University and City Relations Conference is the most relevant and beneficial conference opportunity across our field. The diverse communities that attend, the various perspectives and community/university contexts - these all bring great value to this annual conference."

Dilnavaz Cama, Director, Office of Student Life Willie J. Young, Sr. Off-Campus and Commuter Student Engagement, The Ohio State University
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