$265

per site location*

*  If you are the second location or campus from your institution or system registering for this seminar, you may qualify for a discounted rate of $165. Call 1.800.816.2640 to determine if a site from your system or institution has already registered.

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Ways to Register

  • Online: Click here to register. (Payment by credit card only online)
  • Phone:  1-800-775-7654. Call KRM Mon. through Fri. 7am to 5pm CT. Please mention Program Code CUA-20262.
  • Fax or Mail: Download this Registration Form.

    •  By Fax. Send your registration form to 1-800-676-0734. (Please include credit card information with your faxed registration).

    •  By Mail. Fill out the convenient mail-in registration form and send it with your payment (check or credit card) to: KRM Information Services, Inc., PO BOX 1187, Eau Claire, WI 54702-1187. Please make checks payable to: KRM Information Services.



Elligibility and Attendance

Who Should Attend this Virtual Seminar?

This program will be of interest to college and university counsel who advise institutions on the legal aspects of Clery Act and Title IX compliance, as well as administrators with significant Clery Act or Title IX obligations, including Title IX Coordinators; Deans of Students; law enforcement officials; and human resources, student affairs, judicial/conduct, and residential life professionals. After reviewing the program schedule, members may wish to consider inviting these or other administrators on their campus to join them for the program. Note that the panelists will assume audience members have experience with and a working knowledge of the Clery Act and Title IX and will not be spending substantial time on basic Clery Act or Title IX rules or concepts.

Eligibility for Attendance

Attorneys and Other Administrators from NACUA Member Institutions: If you are an attorney or other administrator from a NACUA member institution or associate member institution, or if you are an associate individual member, you are eligible to register for this virtual seminar at the member rate. After reviewing the program schedule, member attorneys are encouraged to invite administrators on their campus to join them for this program.

Attorneys and Other Administrators from Non-Member Institutions: You must be an attorney or other administrator currently representing or employed by a non-profit or public, accredited college or university to be eligible to attend this virtual seminar. Non-member attorneys and other administrators representing or employed by colleges or universities that are not NACUA member institutions must affirm that they meet NACUA's commonality of interest requirements, which can be found here. NACUA may contact non-members directly to notify them about the status of their registration and to gather additional information, if necessary. NACUA reserves the right to cancel your registration for this virtual seminar if you do not meet the above requirements.