The success of SNEAPPA relies on the willingness of institutional members to host chapter meetings.  The benefits to hosting a meeting will far exceed the efforts that go into the event, including:

  1. An opportunity to help fellow members grow their knowledge from the experiences on your campus
  2. Excellent exposure for your your institution
  3. An opportunity to recognize your staff for their accomplishments by presenting the success of your programs
  4. An opportunity to get great support from your peers for challenges that you are facing

The list can go on and on!

We hope you will consider hosting a meeting as we would like to fill our calendar for the next few years.  

Please use the following guide to see just how easy it is.  You will also be supported by a professional conference planner from “Impressive Gatherings” who will handle the full registration process for you!

General Information:

        Event Date(s) (tentative):  3rd Thursday of March, June, and November (annually)

        Event Time:  (8 AM Registration) 9 AM

Meeting Format


Business Meeting (15-30 min)

Presentation(s) (1 hr)


Presentation(s) (1 hr)


Facility Tour(s)

Anticipated Attendance:  80 to 120

Registration Fees applicable to Host Institution:

First six (6) Host Institution Registrations are Complimentary

Additional campus/faculty attendees may register at the discounted rate of $30 per person

Speakers/presenters/panelists* (non-faculty) invited to participate in educational session(s) by the hosting institution may also register at the discounted rate of $30 per person

* Registration fee will be waived for compensated or volunteer speaker(s) and/or panelist(s) from industry or government sectors

Agenda Development

Create and coordinate compelling presentations and interactive sessions for review with SNEAPPA President 45-60 days prior to meeting


Invite and confirm participation of all speakers or panelists.

Determine room set-up (theater, classroom, etc.) to comfortably seat all attendees in addition to complementing speaker’s/panelist’s optimum delivery format.

Obtain and provide speaker or panelist AV requirements for presentation (LCD projector, screen, mics, flip charts, etc.).

Prepare speaker handouts for distribution, if applicable


    Full, per person reimbursement of food/beverage costs, based on the final headcount, will made to the hosting institution by the SNEAPPA Treasurer upon presentation of a detailed invoice.  Typical refreshment offerings include Coffee and…, a mid-morning refresh (beverages only), and buffet luncheon consisting of a meat and vegetarian option.  A proposed menu with associated per person costs (including any applicable tax/service charges) should be included with the draft agenda document submitted to the President.

SNEAPPA Drawing (optional)

    Add your institution’s logo’d item(s) to those from the Board of Directors’ schools for the “Be True To Your School… or Someone Else’s…” drawing!  All in fun and open to CU members and Business Partners in attendance.


Contact SNEAPPA President, John Michalewicz, at or John Cannon, SNEAPPA Treasurer, at for more information.  We appreciate your willingness to host an upcoming SNEAPPA Business Meeting!