CSUnity 2019 is focused on preparing participants to be effective leaders and advocates on issues impacting CSU students. Sunday will include sessions, led by experts in their field, informing and engaging participants on issues they will likely face during the academic year. Monday will provide a unique opportunity for campus delegations to speak directly to CSU system decision-makers to learn more about the area, share their concerns, and begin to develop a plan to address these critical issues.

CSUnity 2019 Schedule

CSSA Plenary Registration Meals: Saturday Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
CSUnity 2019 Registration: Sunday Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner) & Monday Meals (Breakfast & Lunch), and CSUnity 2019 giveaways

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CSUnity 2019 Logistics

Hosted at California State University, Fullerton
CSSA Plenary August 10, 2019
CSUnity Conference August 11-12, 2019

Attire
Saturday, August 10 (August 2019 CSSA Plenary Meeting): Business attire
Sunday, August 11 (CSUnity 2019 Programs & Ed Sessions): School polos/business casual attire
Monday, August 12 (Advocacy Conversations): CSUnity 2019 t-shirt (Provided at CSUnity 2019 check-in)

Accessibility

CSUnity 2019 is committed to engaging students of all abilities. If participants have any accessibility accommodation requests, please reach out to CSSA staff as soon as possible to allow ample time to arrange accommodations.

Prior to August 10, 2019:
Cecelia Koger ([email protected])

August 10, 2019 or later:
CSSA staff at the CSUnity Check-In Table in the Titan Student Union (TSU)

Assessment & Opportunity Drawings

To ensure the best possible CSUnity experience, CSSA will be conducting assessments for each session. Session assessments will be collected after each session and participants will receive a ticket for each completed assessment.

The opportunity drawing will be conducted at the Recognition & Celebration Dinner on Sunday, August 11. Participants may also submit assessment to the CSUnity Check-In Table no later than 5:00 p.m on Sunday, August 11.

CSUnity 2019 Case Study Competition

New to CSUnity 2019 is the CSUnity Case Study Competition. On Sunday, August 11, up to 8 groups of three students will have the opportunity to use their experience and knowledge to address a student leadership scenario. Each team will prepare an in-person, oral presentation to a panel of Associated Students advisors. The top three teams will be recognized at Sunday’s CSUnity 2019 Recognition Dinner.

Those interested in participating must attend the required CSUnity 2019 Case Study Competition Information Meeting on Sunday, August 11 at 8:15am.

Check-In

Check-in for participants, speakers, and guests, will be available during the following times at the CSUnity Check-In Table in the Titan Student Union (TSU) Atrium.

Sunday, August 11: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m
Monday, August 12: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact Cecelia Koger ([email protected])

CSSA Plenary Meeting

The August CSSA Plenary meeting will be held on Saturday, August 10 at the Portola Pavilion ABC in the Titan Student Union (TSU). For more details, please visit the CSSA website.

Internet/WiFi

Wifi is complimentary for all CSUnity 2019 guests.

eduroam
For campuses participating in eduroam, this is the best method):
Username: Your school email address
Password: Your password

CSUFz-Guests
For campuses not participating in eduroam:
Please register at https://clearpass1.fullerton.edu/guest/guest_csuf.php?_browser=1

Lost & Found

All lost & found will be located at the CSUnity Check-In Table in the Titan Student Union (TSU) Atrium. At the conclusion of CSUnity 2019, all usable, unclaimed items will be donated to the campus or local non-profit.

Meals

As part of CSUnity 2019, the following meals are included for registrants:
– Sunday, August 11: breakfast, lunch & dinner
– Monday, August 12: breakfast & lunch

*All dietary restrictions are submitted during registration. If there are any correction to dietary restrictions, please contact Cecelia Koger ([email protected]). We will attempt to accommodate any dietary restrictions, but may be unable to do so after the registration deadline.

Nametags

CSUnity 2019 and Advisor Summit participants will receive a nametag at check in. A nametag is required throughout the CSUnity 2019 and Advisor Summit for entrance to meals and sessions. Participants who have lost their nametag should report to the CSUnity Check-In Table in the Titan Student Union (TSU) Atrium.

If you do not want to keep your CSUnity 2019 nametag, please drop it off at the information table outside the Portola Pavillion prior to leaving.

Parking

Saturday & Sunday: Parking not enforced (you can’t even buy a permit)
Monday: $10
People staying at the hotel: No cost at the hotel and encouraged to walk

Staff & Executive Officers

For any questions, please contact any CSSA staff or executive officers. They will be wearing identifiable shirts throughout the conference. A CSSA staff of executive officer will also be at the CSUnity Check-In Table throughout the conference.

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CSUnity

CSUnity 2018 focused on preparing participants to be effective leaders and advocates on issues impacting CSU students, while introducing them to leaders from the California State University System.

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