Event Sponsorships

 

North Texas Community College Consortium

    

2015-2016

EVENT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Sponsor an event today!

OUR VISION

  • A premier regional network enabling member institutions to achieve more, improve quality, and reduce costs through collaboration.

OUR MISSION

  • To provide high quality, low cost, easily accessible professional development opportunities.
  • To promote excellence and innovation in teaching and learning.
  • To support and develop educational pathways.
  • To further institutional planning, institutional research, and institutional effectiveness.
  • To improve resource development capabilities.
  • To enhance international education initiatives.
  • To promote communication, cooperation, and collaboration.

OUR MOTTO

  • COMMUNICATING
  • COOPERATING
  • COLLABORATING

Sponsorship Benefits

1. Sponsor logo is included in event electronic and printed materials including

  • Call for Proposals
  • Save the Date
  • Conference Program
  • Event website

2. Sponsor informational materials are included in event electronic and printed materials including

  • Event website
  • Electronic conference program packet
  • Printed program packet inserts

Sample Event Schedule

Most Consortium conferences are one-day events held on a Consortium member college campus.

8-9   Breakfast
9-10:30   General Session I
10:30-10:45   Break
10:45-12   General Session II or
Concurrent Breakout Sessions
12-1:30   Lunch and General Session III
1:40-2:30   Concurrent Breakout Sessions
2:40-3:30   Concurrent Breakout Sessions

Sponsorships Available for All Consortium Events

  • 21st Annual Fall Leadership Conference
  • 10th Annual Outcomes and Assessment Conference
  • North Texas Early College High School Consortium Fall Meeting (New!)
  • International Education Conference (New!)
  • 13th Annual Spring Leadership Conference
  • North Texas Early College High School Consortium Spring Meeting
  • Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development Workshop (New!)
  • 11th Annual Developmental Education Regional Forum
  • North Texas Early College High School Consortium Summer Workshop (New!)
 

North Texas Community College Consortium

North Texas Community College Consortium Members

Event Sponsorship Policy

An educational vendor may sponsor a Consortium event.

The sponsorship fee for any single Consortium event offered during the 2015-2016 academic year is $500. An educational vendor may sponsor more than one Consortium event.

The event sponsor shall:

  • Pay the sponsorship fee in full no less than one week prior to the event start date. An event sponsor logo and informational materials shall be included in the event call for proposals, save the date, and program materials only after the sponsorship fee has been received in the Consortium office.
  • Provide an electronic version of the vendor logo no less than one week prior to the event start date. The vendor logo shall be approved by the Consortium office.
  • Provide copies of any vendor informational materials to be distributed to event participants no less than one week prior to the event start date. Vendor informational materials shall be approved by the Consortium office.

The Consortium retains the authority to withdraw an educational vendor’s event sponsorship at its discretion as it deems necessary and appropriate. In such a case, the educational vendor’s sponsorship fee shall be returned in full.


 

Increase your visibility by sponsoring a North Texas Community College Consortium event!

Follow this link to complete the 2015-2016 Event Sponsorship Application:

Sponsorship Application

 


NTCCC Offers Professional Networks, Resources, and Support for

  • Resource Development and Grants
  • Global Education Programs, Events, and Initiatives
  • Leadership Training and Renewal
  • Core Curriculum Development and Assessment
  • Teaching and Learning—Traditional, Hybrid, and Distance
  • Articulation, Transfer, Orientation, and Advising
  • Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development Events and Initiatives
  • Institutional Research, Institutional Planning, and Institutional Effectiveness
  • Early College High School and Dual Credit Implementation, Partnerships, and Sustainability
  • Technology—Trends, Innovations, and Best Practices for Instruction, Administration, and Research