Annual Meeting


Annual Meeting

About the Go Alliance Annual Meeting

The Go Alliance annual meeting occurs every spring and connects professionals in Go Alliance member states and invited speakers from national organizations who are working in college access policy, communications outreach and support programs. These organizations include higher education agencies, K-12 agencies, state loan guarantor organizations, community-based organizations and college access programs. Social marketing, communications and community-based partnership experts lead presentations on college access topics. 

2017 Meeting Highlights

The 2017 Go Alliance Annual Meeting was April 17-21. Information about the 2018 meeting will be posted this fall!

Keynote Speaker

The 2017 Keynote Speaker was Dr. Joshua Aronson, associate professor of developmental, social, and educational psychology at New York University.  Aronson’s research focuses on the social and psychological influences on academic achievement. 

Listed by Education Week as one of the most influential education scholars in America, Aronson is the editor of Improving Academic Achievement (Academic Press) and Readings about the Social Animal, and is co-author of best-selling text, The Social Animal (Worth). He has received numerous awards and grants for research and teaching.


Go Alliance Annual Meeting Registration

SREB is pleased to open registration for the 2017 Go Alliance annual meeting! Please complete the registration form below in order to attend the event. Online registration is required for all attendees. Need to register more than one person? Complete a separate registration form and payment for each attendee.  

General information

2014 Annual Meeting Presentations

2014 Agenda

Attendee Contact Sheet

Summer Melt/Texting Student Support Workshop

Keynote: How To Use Social Media and Digital Marketing Techniques to Effectively Nudge Students into Action

Celebrate Success!: How to Hold a Successful College Signing Day

Hands to Hold Along the Postsecondary Journey: Community-Based College Access Centers

What do I Say and How do I Say it?: Using Market Research And Student Data to Craft Your Messaging Campaign

Working with Disconnected Youth

A Key Piece of the Puzzle: Adult Credential Completion

Getting to Zero: Best Practices from Delaware’s College Access Campaign