TRACS Annual Higher Education Conference Is Headed to Orlando, Florida

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The Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools’ (TRACS) annual conference kicks off on October 22 in Orlando, FL, for leaders and Christian educators from around the world. With a lineup of world-class speakers, timely workshops and a special pre-conference bonus day, the TRACS team is confident that this year will be the best conference yet.

In the middle of hurricane season, central Florida might want to prepare for another noteworthy event. The Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools’ (TRACS) annual conference kicks off on October 22 in Orlando, FL, for leaders and Christian educators from around the world. With a lineup of world-class speakers, timely workshops and a special pre-conference bonus day, the TRACS team is confident that this year will be the best conference yet.

The conference, to be held at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport, features world-renowned Christian apologist Dr. Ravi Zacharias, a special pre-conference event on Wednesday for college presidents and a track of excellent workshops for applicant and pre-applicant institutions. With over 70 institutions expected, the TRACS staff selected the theme “Engaging the Culture—Maintaining Biblical Beliefs in a Secular Society” and prepared each workshop with great expectation.

The unique opportunities to network with other Christian leaders and with the TRACS leadership stands out among many attendees as one of the valuable assets of attendance. The conference provides a time to exchange ideas and build relationships with college leaders, educators and the TRACS team. The sessions focus on more individual needs within institutions and offer special training for appropriate institutional members.

After more than two decades of TRACS annual conferences, it’s clear the higher education community has come to look forward to the unique brand of leadership and guidance they receive each year from the TRACS accreditation team. TRACS remains committed to thoughtful leadership and its core values, while keeping pace with the most recent changes in higher education and technology. This year’s conference will not be an exception to that rule.

Christie Crosswhite
ccrosswhite(at)tracs(dot)org
(434) 525-9539

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