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LexCon ’20 will be held November 17 – 19 in Nashville, Tennessee!Nashville

LexCon – the Financial Capability and Student Success Conference – is the premier professional development opportunity for administrators and leaders in graduate and professional student success – law, medicine, health professions, business, and other graduate professions.

Whether you are in financial aid, admissions, career or student services, academic support, or anyone with a stake in student success – LexCon provides an unsurpassed opportunity to learn from expert speakers, address current challenges and gain valuable personal and professional insight. You’ll walk away with knowledge and resources you can implement immediately, as well as professional connections with others doing the same critical work you are.

So make plans to join us at the brand-new Grand Hyatt Nashville – opening in early fall. And mark your calendars – Registration opens June 1!.

 

In a survey of LexCon '19 participants:

100% of attendees would recommend LexCon '20 to a colleague.

LexCon ’20 will be held November 17 – 19 in Nashville, Tennessee!

LexCon – the Financial Capability and Student Success Conference – is the premier professional development opportunity for administrators and leaders in graduate and professional student success – law, medicine, health professions, business, and other graduate professions.

Whether you are in financial aid, admissions, career or student services, academic support, or anyone with a stake in student success – LexCon provides an unsurpassed opportunity to learn from expert speakers, address current challenges and gain valuable personal and professional insight. You’ll walk away with knowledge and resources you can implement immediately, as well as professional connections with others doing the same critical work you are.

So make plans to join us at the brand-new Grand Hyatt Nashville – opening in early fall. And mark your calendars – Registration opens June 1!

 

 

In a survey of LexCon '19 participants:

100% of attendees would recommend LexCon '20 to a colleague.

 

  


 

LexCon '20 Registration Fees

 

 

Member Law Schools

  • First member law school administrator:

    Registration fee WAIVED
    Attendee pays all travel and rooming expenses
  • Second member law school administrator:

    Registration fee WAIVED
    Attendee pays all travel and rooming expenses
  • Each additional registrant:

    Registration fee – $350
    Attendee pays all travel and rooming expenses

 

 

Graduate and Professional Schools

  • Registration fee – $350
    Attendee pays all travel and rooming expenses

Member Law Schools

  • First member law school administrator:

    Registration fee WAIVED
    Attendee pays all travel and rooming expenses
  • Second member law school administrator:

    Registration fee WAIVED
    Attendee pays all travel and rooming expenses
  • Each additional registrant:

    Registration fee – $350
    Attendee pays all travel and rooming expenses

 

Graduate and Professional Schools

  • Registration fee – $350
    Attendee pays all travel and rooming expenses

 

Grand Hyatt Nashville

 

 

 


 

Call for Session Proposals 

If you have expertise in financial capability or financial aid, admissions, career or student services, or in an area of professional development that you’d like to share with your colleagues, LexCon provides the perfect audience for sharing your knowledge and growing your network. We are now accepting presentation proposals, so let us know the session topic you’re interested in presenting! 

Submission deadline is April 30.

View the LexCon '19 agenda.

 


 

LexCon ’20 Planning Committee

 

Christine Church
Associate Dean of Academic Programs; Law Professor
Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School

Kimberly D'Haene
Director of Academic Success
Georgia State University College of Law

Isabel DiSciullo
Assistant Dean for JD and Graduate Admissions
Seton Hall University School of Law

Rada Ghemigian
Senior Associate Director
NYU Stern School of Business

Ada Horne
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Elisabeth Hutchison
Director of Admissions and Special Projects
University of Hawai'i at Mānoa William S. Richardson School of Law

Rachel Inman
Associate Dean for Student Affairs
University of Florida Frederic G. Levin College of Law

Alyssa McLellan
Financial Aid Advisor
The Ohio State University College of Dentistry

Elissa Momen
Associate Director of Enrollment Management and Scholarships
West Virginia University College of Law

Christopher Pollard
Assistant Director of Financial Aid
The George Washington University Law School

Jino Ray 
Associate Dean of Admissions
University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law

Tracy Simmons
Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

John Stiles
Director of Student Financial Services
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Donna Tuitt
Graduate Financial Aid Coordinator
Kennesaw State University - Graduate Programs

Justin Zieman
Assistant Director, Scholarships and Financial Aid
University of Houston - College of Medicine

 

 


 

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