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Common questions about the Spring Student Government Summit.
1. Will we have time to sightsee while we’re in New York?
Yes! If you arrive early on Friday, you’ll have the whole day to see New York.
After the conference schedule ends on Saturday evening, you’ll have time to see the town. And Sunday after the conference concludes at 12:30 p.m. would be a perfect day to sightsee!
2. If I’m by myself, will I “fit in?”
Yes! You’ll easily connect with other student leaders or advisors. ASGA’s popular “Connector Cards” help you break the ice and get ideas and exchange information from other students and advisors. You’ll get to meet them during workshops, breaks, at lunch, sightseeing, and at the hotel. You won’t be lonely!
3. Are any meals included?
Yes! Your registration fee includes:
1. A free lunch (a Saturday boxed lunch with choice of sandwiches, fruit, cookie/brownie, chips, and drink)
2. A light continental breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning
4. Can I change the names of our registrants if someone can’t make it?
Yes! You can change the names anytime before the conference starts. See Register.
5. Can you help me find a roommate at the conference hotel?
Yes! If you are looking for a roommate, write firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, gender, e-mail, arrival and departure date, and any special requests.
6. Will I need a rental car?
You’ll need transportation to and from the airport, your hotel, and the conference location.
7. What is the best way to get to the conference location?
It’s easy to get to the conference location once you’re at the conference hotel! The PATH train station (Exchange Place) is right next to the hotel. The cost is $2.75 per person one way. The conference location, the Culinary Center at Hudson County Community College, is just a one-block walk from the second stop, Journal Square (take the Newark train). If you want to go into Manhattan (New York City), it is just one stop to the World Trade Center in Manhattan (take the WTC train).
8. Do I have to be an ASGA member to come to the conference?
No! Some non-member schools always attend ASGA conferences. However, ASGA members do save $100 per person at this event. Annual ASGA dues are just $397 for schools under 4,000 full-time students, $597 for schools with 4,001 to 10,000 students, $897 for schools with 10,001 to 20,000 students, and only $1,097 annually for schools with over 20,000 full-time students. If you’re bringing a group of four or more students, it almost always makes sense to join ASGA and get the $100 per person discount! Plus, ASGA membership can help your SG all year! See Join ASGA.
9. Where can we eat and not spend a fortune?
Remember, two continental breakfasts and a boxed lunch are included in your registration fees. But dinners are on your own. See Experience New York!
10. What type of schools attend?
All types and sizes of schools come to the Spring Student Government Summit. There usually are a few more private colleges and universities than public universities and community colleges. But that’s only because there are more private colleges across the nation than any other type of institution!
11. How many schools attend?
Usually, about 250-300 students and administrators from 30 institutions of all types and sizes attend. From 15-20 states are represented, and there are usually about an equal number of community colleges, private institutions, and public institutions
12. What’s included in our registration fee?
Thirty workshops and roundtables, all handouts, lunch (a boxed lunch), two continental breakfasts (coffee/tea, juice, bagels, muffins, fruit), an afternoon cookie/drink break, and a free ASGA t-shirt for each delegate. See Conference Fees.
13. How should I dress?
Business formal or casual is highly recommended.
14. Can I see the schedule and workshops in advance?
Yes! Click on Program. It is updated constantly with any changes or improvements to the program.
Have other questions? Contact ASGA at email@example.com or call toll-free 877-275-2742.