The Higher Education Recreation Summit
is a unique way to learn from directors who do exactly what you do. And you get to do it all at no cost to you or your university.
November 13-15, 2024 | Rockwall, TX
You’ll Be Amazed at What You Can Accomplish in 48 Hours
Over 48 hours, you are going to meet with recreation directors from all around the country. You are going to learn what is working for them and what isn't. And they will be looking for you to share the same. Beginning the moment you step off of the plane, you are going to meet new colleagues, make new friends, and get to know the senior people behind the products and services that make your organization run optimally.
A Custom Agenda Based on Your Needs
The Higher Education Recreation Summit team reviews your application to understand more about you, your college or university, and how we can support your initiatives. Based upon your application and then a selection process that you drive, we develop a custom agenda that introduces you to the people you are interested in meeting, and who are interested in meeting with you. You are going to spend two days in interactive and topical meetings, meals, and social functions. As a result, you are going to learn more in 48 hours than you ever thought was possible!
What’s The Catch?
There is none. You are going to meet with others who do what you do and who can help you. You are going to meet with suppliers. And you are going to do it in a way that meets your needs, all at no cost to you or your organization. To be eligible, you must direct, manage or be a decision-maker in a college or university system serving a minimum of 2,000 undergraduate students. Your title should be Director or above, or you should have a minimum of five years in the industry. You should have challenges that you are interested in sharing, a willingness to help others, and a desire to learn about products or services that can help you in the next 6 to 18 months.
Don’t take our word for it…
SEE WHAT INDUSTRY LEADERS LIKE YOU HAVE TO SAY ABOUT OUR SUMMITS.
The attention to detail, structure, amenities, opportunities for conversation. It was a great opportunity to connect individually withvendors and peers as the sole focus—not just in passing between educational sessions or in an expo-type event with the masses.
Justin Fletcher, Ashland University