MACLEA 2017 SPRING CONFERENCE
GRAND RAPIDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Wisner-Bottrall Applied Technology Center (ATC)
151 Fountain Street NE, Rooms 118, 120, 124, 168
(Parking is available in the Bostwick Ramp,
validated passes will be provided)
Tuesday, May 23rd
|Registration and Continental Breakfast
|Counting Crime Statistics with a focus on number coming from Student Conduct- Dr. Michael DeBowes, D. Stafford & Associates. Full day presentation. (Student Conduct representatives encouraged to attend.)
|Continuation of Counting Crime Statistics with a focus on Student Conduct
| Happy Hour sponsored by Siemens
Wednesday May 24th
|Discover the Trends in Campus Safety and Security: Robin Hattersley Gray, Executive Editor, Campus Safety Magazine
|Social Security and Your Public Pension: Vonda VanTil, Public Affairs Specialist, Social Security Administration
|Board Meeting (Review minutes from Fall 2016, President's Report, Treasurer's Report, Legislative Update, Round Table)
|1st Amendment Rights and Your Campus: Michigan State University
Door Prizes / Vendor Gifts will be given away the afternoon of the 24th. Door Prizes include: iPad Mini, Golf Get-a-Way for 2, Spirit Gear, and more.
You won’t want to leave early.
There are currently two blocks of rooms being held under the MACLEA name for the 22nd and 23rd at two locations for attendees to choose from. Both are less than a mile from campus.
Holiday Inn Grand Rapids Downtown, 310 Pearl Street NW, for both the night of the 22nd and the night of the 23rd at a rate of $122.00 plus tax per night. Reservations can be made by calling 616-235-7611 by May 9th. (19 rooms held). Government rate may be available, you will need to ask when you call.
Hampton Inn of Downtown GR, 433 Dudley Place NE at a rate of $139 for 2 Queens, and $149 for a king, plus tax. Reservations can be made by calling 616-456-2000 by April 22nd. (5 of each room type held.) No government rate on these dates.
If you are a tax free institution, be sure to provide your federal ID number and bring documentation with you to avoid the extra fees. There are a few other hotels in the area, however the Amway, JW Marriott, and Courtyard by Marriott could not accommodate a block of rooms due to the POAM Conference that is also in town that week. Other locations such as the Homewood Suites by Hilton were nearly $200 per night, group rate.
Parking will be available on campus in the Bostwick Parking Ramp, across Ransom Street from the conference location. There are entrances on the 1st floor and the roof level. Attendees should pull a ticket at entry, and validation tickets will be provided upon check in at the conference. The entrance to the ATC Building is via the catwalk off the roof level of the ramp.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Rebecca Whitman at (616) 234-4012 or email@example.com
Grand Rapids Community College looks forward to hosting MACLEA and its members.