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General Information

Registration Fees and Deadlines

Early bird registration (before Feb. 4- extended deadline):

  • $60 per person
  • $40 per person if presenting

Regular registration (between Feb. 4-9):

  • $65 per person

The above fee covers registration, materials, a continental breakfast and a catered luncheon. Each participant will also receive a short-sleeve t-shirt if they register before the deadline.

Presentation submission deadline:

  • Feb. 4- extended deadline

Forms

You may change your participant list up until about a week before the conference by emailing lima.stafford@cortland.edu.

Payment

Make checks payable to ASC (Auxiliary Services Corporation) 3212

Mail checks to:

RLC Conference
Residence Life and Housing Office
PO Box 2000
Cortland, NY 13045-0900

Getting Here and Hotel Information

Maps and directions

Maps and directions

Recommended Hotels

Country Inn and Suites: 607-753-8300

  • Directions to Country Inn and Suites from SUNY Cortland, Corey Union

Ramada: 607-756-4431

  • Directions to Ramada from SUNY Cortland, Corey Union

All attendees are responsible for making reservations. Transportation between the hotel and the College is the attendee's responsibility.

Philanthropy

The Residence Life Conference will sponsor:

Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central New York

All donations and money earned through the silent auction will be donated to this organization.

Roll Call

Roll Call is a competition comprised of skits lasting 2-3 minutes. The skits may include acting, singing, dancing, step, video, etc. and are intended to be a means to introduce your school, show school pride and incorporate the conference theme.

Skits will be judged based on originality, creativity, enthusiasm, energy and the use of the conference theme.

Guidelines:

  • minimum of two minutes
  • maximum of five minutes > for every 30 seconds
  • should not be offensive
  • must include at least one line pertainingto the theme of any superhero
  • must include an artist style (e.g. song, dance, poetry)
  • video/audio can be done, but a live skit must still be included
  • you must represent your school in some way
  • have fun and be unique
  • support the theme (creativity)
  • support the mission of Residence Life and Housing