Charting a New Way Forward:
Rising to Challenges and Opportunities
The 32nd Annual Maricopa Community Colleges Student Success Conference brings together Maricopans of multiple roles and responsibilities to share strategies for disrupting structural inequities, empowering community, and rising to a new dawn in higher education. During this unprecedented time in history that finds us supporting and teaching our students virtually, we have faced challenges that we know have highlighted many ways we can better support our students. This year’s conference will be in a virtual format spread across three days, focusing on fostering a culture of inclusion, making data-informed decisions, and cultivating resilience.
This event has been approved for 6.0 hours of FPG
For this virtual event, we will be using Webex Events for all sessions. In addition, we are providing captions for the keynote, plenary, and all breakout sessions. We have provided this Webex Attendee Guide to assist you in having the best possible experience.
Links to sessions
Links to all live sessions can be found on our Agenda page. You will be able to log into the sessions up to fifteen (15) minutes prior to the start of the session.
We will post recordings for all sessions on the Agenda page as soon as they are available; however, only MCCCD faculty, staff, and students will be able to access these recordings.
Breakout session materials
If presenters have provided MCLI with their session materials, they will be provided through our Breakout Session page.
Important updates are being provided below:
NEW for 2020 - Earn a Maricopa Digital Badge
This is the first year that all participants (faculty, staff, and students) can receive Maricopa Digital Badges. In order to receive a digital badge for participating in the conference, attendees must:
- Use your first name, last name, and College email address when accessing the sessions.
- Participate in synchronous sessions on November 4-6 and/or participate asynchronously before the end of the day on November 13, 2020.
- Participate synchronously or asynchronously in the keynote speaker session, the two plenary sessions, and at least three breakout sessions.
- Complete the evaluation and assessment by 5:00 pm on Friday, November 13, 2020.