Annual Conference

2020 Annual AEEE Conference

Celebrating 43 Years of Access, Equality, Empowerment & Excellence

“Partnership. Service. Scholarship. Advancing The Vision of TRIO”

The 2020 Annual AEEE Conference has been moved to a virtual setting due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  As always, this professional development conference is designed to provide attendees an intimate setting with direct access to presenters, share best practices with peers, priceless opportunities for networking, product and software innovations, and the ability to participate in open discussions and learn about changes needed to better serve our students.

AEEE’s priority is the health and safety of our TRIO community, including our members, staff, supporters, vendors, and volunteers. As the COVID-19 pandemic continued to unfold, it became clear that in the face of an unprecedented situation, we needed to make tough choices. While it took longer than expected to reach a resolution, we believe that this was handled with the precision necessary to preserve the well-being of the Association while creating an opportunity for success both in the present and future.

DATES:     November 9 - November 10, 2020 
TIMES:     Official times to be determined, but there will be a number of blocks of sessions each day.
AEEE MEMBER REGISTRATION:  $550
NON-MEMBER REGISTRATION:  $625

Online Conference Registration Portal is now Open

Despite the disruption we are facing,  AEEE is excited to bring you the opportunity to participate in the Annual Conference without having to leave your workspace. We will leverage our technology to disseminate valuable, relevant and timely content. We hope that you find this virtual conference insightful, beneficial, and of the quality that you have come to expect from our Association.

More information, such as the updated agenda, speakers, and more will be made available shortly.

Please note, if you previously registered for the 2020 Annual Conference Pre-Conference, your payment will be refunded.  Those that have booked their rooms at the La Concha Renaissance Resort in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the hotel should have cancelled your room reservation on your behalf.