NASPA’s 100th Anniversary Gala
Opening its doors on July 4, 2003, the National Constitution Center (NCC) is the first nonprofit, nonpartisan institution devoted to the U.S. Constitution. Situated two blocks from the Liberty Bell, it has been the home of a presidential primary debate between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, a town hall meeting with John McCain, and a momentous speech on race by Obama. The museum's dedication to civic engagement paved the way for its launching of Philadelphia's Constitution High School, a history and civics themed magnet school. The NCC offers gorgeous views of Philadephia's skyline through floor to ceiling windows which makes a perfect backdrop for NASPA's 100th Anniversary Gala!
We hope that you will join us at this black tie event and enjoy an exclusive night of dinner, live music, and dancing with NASPA members and friends . Ticket prices include transportation, a sit down dinner, an open beer and wine bar, and other refreshments. Be ready for a glamorous night as we ring in the beginning of our 100th year celebration. Tickets are limited, so be sure to register today!
Ticket prices are $125.
Students and new professionals can purchase a discounted ticket for $65.
VPSA's have the option of also purchasing a table of 10 for their friends and colleagues for $1100.
Purchase tickets for this event when you register for the 2018 NASPA Annual Conference!
Additional registration required
Saturday, March 3
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
National Constitution Center