Print Page | Contact Us | Report Abuse | Sign In | Join
cccc
Share |

8th Annual Canadian Campus Card Conference
Banff, Alberta

September 22-25, 2014             Registration fee: $425 (USD)


Banff Fairmont SpringsThe 8th annual Canadian Campus Card Conference will be taking place in beautiful Banff, Alberta, September 22-25, 2014.

More information will be available soon as we develop the details of the accommodations, events, educational sessions, guest speakers, and more!

The CCCC is an annual conference held in Canada, and brought to you by NACCU. CCCC is dedicated to providing high quality educational sessions, resources, services and tools that focus on how institutions across Canada can grow and improve their campus card programs. Conference attendees get the opportunity to network with their peers from across the country, develop partnerships, and learn about the latest innovations, technologies and trends that are affecting our industry. We hope you will join us in Banff!


SPONSORED BY:

Diamond Sponsorship

Heartland Campus Solutions

Emerald Sponsorship

Identicard

Ruby Sponsorship

Blackboard Transact

CBORD

ITC Systems

Sapphire Sponsorship

My Photo

To discuss available
sponsorships,
contact
Lowell Adkins
lowell@naccu.org
(602) 395-8989


 

8th Annual Canadian Campus Card Conference
Banff, Alberta
September 22-24, 2014


Call for Presenters
Banff Fairmont SpringsWe invite you to submit a proposal for the 2014 Canadian Campus Card Conference.
We’d like to invite our Institutional members to give interactive presentations on successful or innovative programs that they would like to share with our members.
Education Sessions
60 Minute Session – features a speaker(s) with a Power Point presentation and includes time for audience questions and answers. You may also want to coordinate a panel discussion.
Guidelines for Submissions
·Presentation proposals are due by Thursday, May 15, 2014.
·Submission of a presentation does not guarantee participation in the program.
·List only those co-presenters who have committed to your presentation.
·Accepted presenters will be notified by the end of May, 2014.
·Institutional members who are the sole presenter in a 60 minute session will receive a $100 registration discount. Institutional members who co-present in a session with other institutional members will receive a $50 registration discount (NACCU reserves the right to limit the number of presenters in a session).
·Corporate members are welcome to submit a presentation proposal; preference will be given to proposals with an institutional led presentation.
·Selected presenters are responsible for all expenses incurred including hotel and travel arrangements, and the registration fee.
·Education planning committee reserves the right to revise presentation titles and edit the session descriptions and speaker biographies for promotional and program publications.
·A/V requirements such as a screen, LCD projector, laptop, sound and microphone will be available onsite.
Selection Criteria
·Audience appeal
·Educational focus
·Presenter’s experience with proposed topic
·Presenter’s audience feedback from previous NACCU and Canadian Conferences (if applicable)
·Topic relevance for Canadian schools
Suggested Topics
·Access Control and Integration
·Accounting Procedures
·Administration Expectations – what they are and how to meet them
·Auditing
·Best Practices
·Budgets
·Canada Revenue Agency and meal plans
·Card Industry Trends
·Card Technology – How to Select the right one for the campus
·Compliance & Regulations
·Contactless technology
·Customer Service
·Declining Balance Account reconciliation and controls
·Emergency Management / Business Continuity Planning
·How to influence and navigate the campus environment
·Marketing - all levels
·Online Photo Submission
·Orientation
·Mobile Applications
·Off Campus Programs
·Policies & Procedures
·Print Management
·Project Management – how to transition from one vendor to another, plan an upgrade, relocate the card office etc.
·RFP/RFQ
·Reporting
·Revenue Sources
·Self-Service Applications
·Social Media
·Starting a Card Program
·Supervising Student Personnel
·Transit integration
·The Value of the Card System to Its Campus
Please visithttp://canadian2014proposals.questionpro.com/to complete the online form.The deadline for proposals is May 15, 2014.
If you have questions or would like to discuss an idea, please contact;
·Tim Griffin, Education Committee Chair at709.864.7458ortgriffin@mun.ca
·Mara Lowery, Education Committee at613.727.4723 x 6521orlowreym@algonquincollege.com
·Jörrun Liston, Education Director at406.493.0622orjorrun@naccu.org
Banff

CCCC Home

Call for Presenters

8th Annual Canadian Campus Card Conference
Before you leave home... here are a few tips

We are very much looking forward to seeing you in Banff for the 8th Canadian Campus Card Conference. To help make your trip as comfortable and as seamless as possible, here are some things to consider before you hit the highway or hop on that plane for the Rockies:

What’s our temperature?

The month of September is characterized by rapidly falling daily high temperatures with the average high for September being 17ºC and the average low being 3ºC. Snow is unlikely to fall in Banff in September. VisitThe Weather Networkto check out the weather as it changes.

Dietary & accessibility requirements

We are happy to accommodate your food and accessibility needs at the conference. Please inform us in advance if you have specific allergies, sensitivities, dietary requirements, or accessibility needs by emailing office@naccu.org.

CCCC Home

Keynote and Sessions

Register

Schedule

Hotel

Tips for your trip

Conference attire

There is no official dress code for the conference. You'll see everything from sneakers to full business suits. But MOST attendees wear business casual attire. Bring a light jacket or sweater as it can get cold in meeting rooms. Make sure you pack your swimsuit if you wish to go for a dip in the Upper Banff Hot Springs!

Transportation from the Calgary Airport to Banff

There are many shuttles departing from the Calgary International Airport that will help make your trip to Banff a breeze.
Please ensure you make your own travel arrangements from the airport to Banff. Some attendees may be arriving in Calgary at the same time and may wish to arrange travel on the same shuttle together, or meet up at the airport to hitch a ride with local attendees who are taking their own cars to Banff.

Brewster Travel Canada

Banff Airporter

Parking at Fairmont Banff Springs

Anyone parking at the hotel will pay an additional $25 per night for parking. This fee will be added to your hotel bill, so no arrangements need to be made prior to arriving.

Post-conference University of Calgary campus tour

On Thursday morning, we will be traveling to the University of Calgary for a campus tour that runs through lunch. Should you be departing for the airport immediately after the conference, please be sure you bring your luggage down with you to breakfast on Thursday to load onto the bus (or into your car if you have brought your own vehicle).

There will be a place to store your luggage if you need when you arrive on campus. For the tour, be sure to dress in layers, wear comfortable walking shoes or boots, and bring gloves and a warm coat.

If you are returning to Banff after the campus tour, our bus will depart first for the Calgary Airport from Hotel Alma, located at the heart of campus, and return immediately to Banff afterward.

Traveling with guests

Are you bringing your spouse, family, or friends to Banff? The more the merrier! We look forward to meeting them and we wish them an enjoyable stay, though please note your guests will not be able to access the exhibit hall or CCCC 2014 events.

Guest tickets are available for purchase for both the Monday evening reception and the Wednesday dinner at Stanley's Smokehouse. Tickets are $100 per guest per event. If you would like to purchase guest tickets to one or both events, please contact Janice Weston atjanice@naccu.orgor (602) 395-8989.

Driving to Banff yourself? Buy your park pass now.

If you are taking your own car or a rental car to the conference, you will need topurchase a park passin order to park in Banff.
The Fairmont Banff Springs is nestled just outside the Banff downtown strip. From downtown, your trip back to our hotel will be a:

20 minute walk
12 minute bus ride
5 minute car ride

Once you arrive at the hotel…

Stop by the CCCC registration desk, located in the Heritage Hall Foyer. The desk is open from 5:00pm until 6:00pm on Monday, and on Tuesday morning at 7:30 through breakfast. Upon arrival at the registration desk, you will receive:

  • Your badge packet, which will include
  • Your badge, which you will need for ALL conference events and sessions.
  • A NACCU folio for your notes and brochures
  • A lanyard
  • A NACCU pen
  • A printed conference program (optional)

Internet Access

Join the Fairmont President’s Club to receive free Wi-Fi at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel when you arrive. Membership is to the President’s Club is free of charge!

Session Seating

If it is important to you to attend a specific session, be sure to arrive early to ensure you get a seat. We also encourage you to please take a seat near the front of the room, so that latecomers can slip into the back seats.

Visitors’ guides to Banff

Check out some of the breathtaking sights and great places to eat in the heart of the Rockies.

Visitor’s Choice(Banff section)
“A Taste of Banff” Dining Guide

Special offers from Banff restaurants

Some of the restaurants have made special offers for savings to our visitors. Here are two useful websites that you and your fellow delegates may want to check out.
“Visitor’s Choice” restaurants and dining specials
“A Taste of Banff” restaurant specials

Conference questions

If you have questions prior to the conference, email office@naccu.org.
If you have questions while at the conference, there are several ways to get help:
Look for CCCC board and staff.
Come to the registration desk.
Email office@naccu.org, if you do not require an immediate response.

Safe travels, and we will see you very soon!
Canadian Campus Card Conference committee, board, and staff


 

Banff Alberta

CCCC Home

Keynote and Sessions

Register

Schedule

Hotel

Tips for your trip

Fairmont Banff Springs

8th Annual Canadian Campus Card Conference
Banff, Alberta

September 22-25, 2014             Registration fee: $425 (USD)


Banff Fairmont SpringsThe 8th annual Canadian Campus Card Conference will be taking place in beautiful Banff, Alberta, September 22-25, 2014.

More information will be available soon as we develop the details of the accommodations, events, educational sessions, guest speakers, and more!

The CCCC is an annual conference held in Canada, and brought to you by NACCU. CCCC is dedicated to providing high quality educational sessions, resources, services and tools that focus on how institutions across Canada can grow and improve their campus card programs. Conference attendees get the opportunity to network with their peers from across the country, develop partnerships, and learn about the latest innovations, technologies and trends that are affecting our industry. We hope you will join us in Banff!


SPONSORED BY:

Diamond Sponsorship

Heartland Campus Solutions

Emerald Sponsorship

Identicard

Ruby Sponsorship

Quick Links

Home About Join Contact

Connect

Contact

2226 W. Northern Ave Ste C-120 Phoenix AZ 85021

Phone: (602) 395-8989