Frequently Asked Questions

Please email asaccu@villanova.edu and we will be happy to assist you. 

All attendees should check in at The Commons residence halls between 10:00am-3:00pm on Tuesday 7/20. More information about specific check-in details will be communicated closer to the date of the conference. Attendees that arrive outside of these hours will be provided alternate check-in options. 

The registration fee includes all meals for the duration of the conference, beginning with dinner on Tuesday 7/20 through breakfast on Friday 7/23, all conference programming sessions, housing and amenities (if selected), a catered private function at the Museum of the American Revolution, and more. View What's Included for a full list of everything included with the registration fee.  

Attendees are welcome to make their own hotel arrangements at one of the many nearby hotels. Click here for a listing of area hotel options. 

Click here for details about what is included with on-campus housing. 

A fully stocked hospitality suite with snacks, beverages, and some hard to pack items (ex: iron/ironing board) will be available for all attendees and will be located within the housing accomodations.   

Yes! The fitness/recreation facilities will be available for all attendees who stay on campus. 

Casual or business casual is generally appropriate for all ASACCU events.  In keeping with the mission of ASACCU, it is most important that you feel comfortable and ready to learn and engage with your colleagues. Remember that the Philadelphia area can get quite hot in the summer, while the air-conditioned buildings can be chilly. Attendees will need to walk between conference venues, so comfortable shoes are encouraged.

The Catholic Mass is an integral part of the ASACCU conference. All are welcome at Mass and invited to participate as you feel comfortable. The celebrant/priest and liturgical ministers will offer guidance throughout the service. We encourage you to dress as you would for attending a service in your faith tradition.

 

On Wednesday evening, we will travel to Old City, Philadelphia to visit the nationally-acclaimed Museum of the American Revolution. The museum will be closed to the public and ASACCU attendees will have full access to the exhibits while enjoying various food offerings and open bar. This event is included with the registration fee, and transportation will be provided to and from Villanova's campus. 

 

Free on-campus parking will be available for all attendees. Check back closer to the date of the conference for specific details about parking locations.

 

Phone:

610-519-4550

Email:

asaccu@villanova.edu

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