Cal Poly Pomona’s Orientation services is co-hosting a large regional conference that will bring more than 300 attendees to campus.
The university, along with Cal State San Bernardino, will co-host the NODA 2016 Region II Conference Feb. 19-21 in the Bronco Student Center. The event, themed “Envisioning the New Frontier,” will welcome professionals, graduate students and undergraduates who work in orientation services at their respective universities.
The mission of NODA (Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention in Higher Education) is to offer educational, leadership and professional development opportunities in the fields of college student orientation, transition and retention.
Activities at the conference will include workshop sessions, an award ceremony and an institute for graduate students.