January 12, 2023

HACU announces Call for Presentations for 37th Annual Conference on Hispanic higher education

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities has announced the Call for Presentations for its 37th Annual Conference, October 28-30, 2023, at the Hilton Chicago, Illinois. Speaker proposals will be accepted through March 17, 2023.

HACU’s Annual Conference provides a unique forum for the sharing of information and ideas for the best and most promising practices in the education of Hispanics. Speaker proposals under the conference theme, “Championing Hispanic Higher Education Success: Diversifying our Workforce and Strengthening America," can be made in any of the following seven conference tracks:

  • Resource Capacity-Building for Hispanic-Serving Institutions
  • Academic Learning Environments
  • Student Engagement and Success
  • Excellence in Leadership
  • Advocacy, Policy and Research
  • Global Engagement
  • Preparing the Future Workforce

Proposals should be built upon: Evidence-based best practices that can be replicated at institutions and organizations across the country. Partnerships among institutions, school districts, industry and government that leverage and capitalize on growth and opportunities. Research and analysis that will form the foundation for transformational change.

Presentation proposals must be submitted online and will be accepted through March 17, 2023. Notifications of HACU workshop committee decisions will be made by April 10, 2023.

Detailed guidelines on the submission process are available online, click here.

Download a flyer here.

About HACU
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, founded in 1986, represents more than 500 colleges and universities in the United States, D.C, Puerto Rico, Latin America, Spain, and school districts throughout the U.S. HACU is the only national association representing existing and emerging Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs). The Association’s headquarters are in San Antonio, Texas, with regional offices in Washington, D.C. and Sacramento, California.