Join the College Personnel Association of Kentucky on Friday, February 4, 2022 for the 2022 CPAK Annual Conference at the University of Louisville.
Registration for the CPAK 2022 Annual Conference will open in early-to-mid November. Registration will be announced in the CPAK newsletter and on CPAK social media platforms.
CPAK is now accepting nominations for the following awards. The deadline to submit award nominations is November 15, 2021. To learn more about each award and submit nominations, visit the Awards Submission Form.
- The Dr. Michael Cuyjet Outstanding Graduate Student Award
- The Outstanding New Professional Award
- The Dr. Fred Rhodes Outstanding Service Award
- The Innovator Award
Interested in presenting at the CPAK 2022 Annual Conference? The deadline for submission is December 1, 2021 by 11:59pm. Accepted proposals will be notified on December 17, 2021. Submit a Program Proposal.
Graduate & Professional Student Scholarship
Each year, CPAK provides scholarships to attend the Annual Conference for graduate students in need of financial assistance. This year, CPAK is opening scholarships up to professional student affairs staff members who do not have the financial means to attend our state conference. The deadline for submission is December 1, 2021 by 11:59pm. Recipients will be notified on December 17, 2021. Apply for a scholarship.
2022 Keynote Speaker
CPAK is excited to announce Dr. Vernon A. Wall, 2020-2021 ACPA President, as our Keynote Speaker for the 2022 Annual Conference!
Hybrid-Ed: Higher Ed Reimagined & Realized: Reconnect with colleagues across the Commonwealth to reflect on the current state of access and equity within higher education. Presenters will deliver conference sessions aligned with ACPA/NASPA competencies to provide opportunities for attendees to learn innovative approaches to fulfilling university missions in the new hybrid world we live and work in. Participants can look forward to an opportunity to reflect on lessons learned through the pandemic and how SAPros, students, faculty and community members can create institutional change for the betterment of our communities and student experiences.