Registration for the 2019 conference is now open! Click here to reserve your spot.
This year, we are offering conference t-shirts for purchase so you can support TxAHEA year-round! The shirts will be a soft cotton-blend and will be available in a unisex v-neck and crew neck option in the color black heather. You can view the t-shirt designs above and choose your shirt style and size on the conference registration form. The cost per shirt will be $15. Click here to look at the T-shirts.
Marriott Plaza San Antonio
555 South Alamo Street
San Antonio, Texas 78205
September 30th – October 2nd
Reservations should be made before September 9, 2019 to take advantage of the Conference Rate (based on availability).
Only 15 minutes from the airport and 2 blocks from the iconic River Walk!
Click here to book your room with the conference rate.
Click here to learn more about Dr. Finley.
Although you’ll probably never want to leave the fabulous surrounds of the Marriott Plaza hotel, San Antonio holds many treasures in store for the curious adventurer.
The Marriott Plaza offers spacious, newly refurbished rooms with the vast majority having outdoor seating on a balcony. Its lush courtyard includes outdoor dining, a relaxing pool and spa with its very own peacock strolling the premise waiting for a photographic moment.
Walk across the street to Hemisfair Park, home of the Institute of Texas Cultures and Tower of the Americas. A quick stroll north of the hotel leads to the La Villita Historic Arts Village, the Briscoe Western Art Museum, and of course, the infamous Riverwalk and Alamo. A short walk south of the hotel leads to Southtown, an eclectic assortment of restaurants, cafes and galleries.
And some of the most popular places to eat in San Antonio are within walking distance – Dough Pizzeria across the street, Chart House in the Tower of the Americas for an aerial view of downtown San Antonio, Rosarios Mexican restaurant in Southtown, Bliss for upscale, contemporary American cuisine, and the endless array of eateries on the Riverwalk.
With all the things to do and so many ways to relax in San Antonio, you may want to spend a couple extra days.
We sincerely hope you’ll join us for the 2019 Texas Association for Higher Education Assessment Conference in San Antonio. You won’t be disappointed!
Visit the Chamber of Commerce website to learn more about things to do in San Antonio
Jennifer S. Hughes, Ph.D.
Texas Tech University
Lea Campbell, Ph.D.
University of Houston Downtown
Texas Tech University
Michelle Selk, Ph.D.
San Jacinto College
Dr. David Allen | Texas A&M International University
Ms. Tramaine Anderson | Tarrant County College
Ms. Mary Cheek | Texas A&M University – Commerce
Ms. Anne Coltman | North Central Texas College
Ms. Rebecca Escoto | Dallas Community College
Dr. Kim Faris | University of North Texas
Ms. Brandy Hawkins | Angelo State University
Dr. Paul Henley | Stephen F. Austin State University
Mr. Mark Knowles | Lamar State College - Port Arthur
Ms. Stephanie Legree-Roberts | Central Texas College
Ms. Julie McDevitt | Palo Alto College
Dr. Si Millican | University of Texas at San Antonio
Dr. Craig Morton | Texas Tech University
Mr. Marlon Mote | Tarrant County College
Ms. Sandy Otto | North Central Texas College
Dr. Stacy Pfluger | Angelina College
Ms. Ashley Pruitt | Texas Tech University
Dr. Terry A. Senne | Texas Woman’s University
Mr. Kenny Shatley | Texas Tech University
Ms. Alison Soeder | Texas A&M University – Commerce
Ms. Libby Spradlin | Texas Tech University
Dr. Dan Stroud | West Texas A&M University
Mr. Paul Turcotte | Texas A&M University – Central Texas
Ms. Elizabeth Vogt | University of North Texas
Dr. Teri Walker | College of the Mainland
Dr. G. Brent Wallace | North Central Texas College
Dr. Catheryn J. Weitman | Texas A&M International University
Dr. Beth Wuest | Texas State University
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