Participants attending the conference are eligible to receive one, two, or three hours of graduate credit from the University of St Francis. Along with conference attendance, candidates are required to complete assignments and projects specific to the number of graduate credit hours requested. Assignments and projects are reflective in nature as to content learning during the conference as well as application of the content to the classroom or school environment. Candidates have a minimum of 30 days to complete all course assignments and projects. Additional course information, including description, syllabus, and registration can be found online at www.stfrancis.edu/real/ice. University representatives will also be available during the conference to answer questions or assist with registration.
The cost is $225 per graduate credit hour. (Two-credits = $450; Three-credits = $675). Candidates may register online at www.stfrancis.edu/real/ice.
For individuals who require prior approval from their school district, the course number will be REAL 665: ICE Conference 2016. For further information, please contact Amy Mihelich of St. Francis at email@example.com.
For Graduate Credit
Leverage your learning with graduate credit! Once again University of St. Francis is partnering with ICE to offer semester hours for your attendance at ICE 2016. USF is offering conference attendees the opportunity to earn 1-3 hours of graduate credit through its Regional Educational Academy for Leadership (REAL) Program. For more information, go to www.stfrancis.edu/real/ice.