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Alpha Lambda Delta (Booth #28)
90 years of academic excellence! Founded in 1914, Alpha Lambda Delta National Academic Honor Society for First Year Students recognizes and rewards academic excellence among students during their first year of college. Open to full-time students who earn a minimum scholastic average of 3.5 and are in the top 20% of their class, Alpha Lambda Delta rewards academic excellence, promotes participation in service, provides leadership development, and enhances student retention. Since ALD offered its first fellowship in 1940, over 1,350 ALD students have received over $2.75 million dollars.

American Psychological Association (Booth #17)
American Psychological Association is the premier source for information in psychology. APA delivers this information through its expansive collection of books, journals, newsletters, electronic products and its website, www.apa.org.

Bedford / St. Martin's (Booth #8)
Bedford/St. Martin's is thrilled to publish a series of college success titles by John N. Gardner and Betsy O. Barefoot. These books fit well with our publishing philosophy, emphasizing innovation, quality, and a focus on the needs of students and instructors. We want to learn what is important in your college success or first-year experience course. Stop by our booth and let us know your thoughts.

Campus Labs (Booth #53)
Higher One partners with colleges and universities to lower their administrative costs and to improve graduation rates. Our Campus Labs® suite of data management services provides a specialized, comprehensive assessment program that combines data collection, reporting, organization, and campus-wide integration.

Campus ToolKit (Booth #16)

CPP, Inc. (Booth #23)
Effective career counseling begins with assessing your students' interests & personality. CPP's world-renowned assessments - including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) and the Strong Interest Inventory® assessments - provide time-tested & research-validated insights to help your students in their search for rich, fulfilling careers

Cengage (Booths #42 & 43)

College Transition Publishing (Booth #22)

Compatibility LLC (Booth #75)

CRLA (Booth #9)
College Reading & Learning Association's International Mentor Training Program Certification:
Developing a mentor training program to prepare undergraduate mentors to work with their peers can be an overwhelming process without adequate tools and support. CRLA's International Mentor Training Program Certification (IMTPC) offers college and university mentor programs the resources necessary to develop new mentor training programs and to revise and improve existing programs.

EBI MAP Works (Booth #18)

ETS (Booth #34)
ETS advances quality and equity in education by providing fair and valid assessments, research and related services. Institutions of higher education rely on ETS to help them demonstrate student learning outcomes and promote student success and institutional effectiveness. To learn more, visit http://www.ets.org/highered.

Financial Literacy for College Success (Booth #10)
Financial survival in college starts with a plan. MyCollegeMoneyPlan.org is a free online resource to help students make smart financial decisions for success in college, and beyond. Resources for educators are included to enable you to help students take steps toward financial independence.

GradesFirst (Booth #19)
GradesFirst is a student retention solution serving over 230 institutions nationwide. Our comprehensive system combines Early Alert, Advising Management, Tutoring Management, advanced Communication tools, and GradesFirst Analytics, a powerful reporting module. Each component works seamlessly to improve the effectiveness of student success initiatives and build positive impacts on student outcomes.

Growing Leaders (Booth #44)
Growing Leaders, Inc. partners with schools to help them improve their leadership development programming and nurture a leadership culture on campus, beginning with first year students. Growing Leaders provides relevant resources including books, DVDs, on-line courses, assessments, on-campus equipping events and training kits for staff and students, including a comprehensive program designed specifically for the first year experience. To learn more, visit www.GrowingLeaders.com.

Hachette Book Group (Booth #61)
Hachette Book Group is a leading trade publisher which includes the following divisions: Little, Brown and Company, Grand Central Publishing, Little Brown Books for Young Readers, Hyperion, Hachette Nashville, Orbit, Yen, Redhook and Hachette Digital. HBG publishes a wide variety of texts appropriate for First-Year Experience and Common Reading Programs. Please stop by our booth to pick up complimentary copies of selected titles as well as our FYE Catalog. Visit www.hachettebookgroup.com

HarperCollins Publishers (Booths #24 & 25)
HarperCollins Publishers is one of the largest trade book publishers in the world. We will display fiction and nonfiction titles for freshman seminars, orientation, and common reads, including classics like Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God and new titles like William Kamkwamba's The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind. www.HarperAcademic.com

Hayden-McNeil Publishing (Booth #5)
Hayden-McNeil Publishing is the premier publisher of instructor-authored custom print and digital course materials. We create dynamic partnerships with successful educators through our unique ability to add value to their course content. Our commitment is inherent in our design and prepress services, collaborative author relationships, and spotless on-time delivery record. Your Words. Your Way.™

Higher Education Research Institute (Booth #45)

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Booth #31)
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt General Interest Publishers is responsible for nearly two centuries worth of award-winning adult and children's books, reference materials, eBooks and mobile apps. Our distinguished author list includes eight Nobel Prize winners, 47 Pulitzer Prize winners, and 13 National Book Award winners, and heralds some of the most renowned names in American literature, from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Willa Cather, Virginia Woolf, George Orwell, and C. S. Lewis, to Philip Roth, Paul Theroux, Jhumpa Lahiri, Jonathan Safran Foer, Octavio Paz and Jose Saramago.

HubCity Press (Booth #32)
Graduate more students when you add the CollegeScope Student Success Program to your first-year initiatives. Human eSources designed CollegeScope to be the most flexible, data-driven, interactive and easy-to-implement online college success textbook available. Visit www.humanesources.com/promo/fye to learn how CollegeScope has improved graduation rates at other institutions.

Human eSources (Booth #62)
Graduate more students when you add the CollegeScope Student Success Program to your first-year initiatives. Human eSources designed CollegeScope to be the most flexible, data-driven, interactive and easy-to-implement online college success textbook available. Visit www.humanesources.com/promo/fye to learn how CollegeScope has improved graduation rates at other institutions.

Innerview International (Booth #21)
Jullien Gordon has been called "The Voice of the Millennial Generation." He is known for his TED Talk on maximizing college and speaks at 50+ colleges and student leadership conferences every year. His book, 101 Things To Before You Graduate is part of several First Year Experience course curriculums. Learn more at www.julliengordon.com.

Innovative Educators (Booth #29)
Innovative Educators is dedicated to providing superior training focused on critical issues facing students and educators today. Our primary goal is to provide the information, training, and skills necessary to implement positive change on a personal, professional, and institutional level.

International Organization for Student Success (Booths # 54 & 55 )
The College Portfolio for Success is an easy to use, modern textbook that relates well to the needs of today's students. This text has successfully prepared tens of thousands of students for their first year of college. The College Portfolio provides instructors with a turn-key user friendly style and the tools to focus on the individual needs of each student.

Involvio (Booth #55)
At Involvio, we're focused on driving student engagement from the time your students arrive on campus all the way through graduation. Our platform brings everything happening on your campus into beautiful and easy to use mobile apps that help your students navigate orientation and stay involved throughout the school year.

John N. Gardner Institute for Institutional Excellence (Booth #46)
The Gardner Institute guides the development and implementation of plans to improve first-year and/or transfer student success; performance in high-risk "gateway" courses; and/or retention and completion rates through its Foundations of Excellence®, Gateways to Completion™, and Retention Performance Management™ processes. The Institute also provides student success-focused professional development services.

Kendall Hunt Publishing Company (Booths #1 & 2)
Kendall Hunt educational materials help you provide quality instruction for first-year experience, student success, career planning, diversity, leadership, and more. Over 150 colleges and universities currently adopt our books, or participate in our custom publishing program. Visit our booth at this conference or our Web site at www.kendallhunt.com/succes.

Knopf Doubleday, A Penguin RH Com. (Booths #38 & 39)
The Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group publishes a broad selection of highly acclaimed fiction and non-fiction titles which have been used in numerous Common Reading programs across the country. Please stop by our booth to pick up complimentary copies of selected titles and learn about our Random House Speakers Bureau. www.randomhouse.com/academic/fyr

Larson Texts, Inc. (Booth #20)
Larson Texts, Inc. is deeply committed to providing innovative materials for the education community. Larson textbooks are used by over five million students each year and are known for their real-life applications. Larson Texts is proud to introduce its latest title, College Success & YOU: Achieving Your Goals, a comprehensive guide to success for students in first-year experience courses. Learn more at collegesuccessandyou.com.

Macmillan (Booths #6 & 7)
Macmillan and its imprints (Farrar Straus and Giroux, Henry Holt & Company, Picador, St. Martin's Press, Tor Books, Bedford/St. Martin's, Worth Publishers, and W.H. Freeman and Company) publish a number of texts appropriate for First-Year Experience courses and Common Reading Programs. Visit our website: www.MacmillanAcademic.com.

McGraw-Hill Education (Booths #26 &27)
McGraw-Hill publishes market-leading student success products supported by exceptional instructor resources. Our products provide a wide array of solutions from traditional textbooks to the latest in online and multimedia learning to customized content to meet your needs. For more information, please visit www.mhhe.com.

Melville House (Booth #30)
Melville House is an independent publisher located in Brooklyn,New York and London that publishes classic and contemporary literary fiction, nonfiction, cookbooks and poetry. Selections for common reading programs include Stuffed & Starved by Raj Patel, The Stop by Nick Saul and Andrea Curtis, Debt by David Graeber, Revolt on Goose Island by Kari Lydersen, and The Sea Inside by Philip Hoare.

NACADA (Booth #58)
The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) promotes and supports quality academic advising to enhance the educational development of students at higher education institutions.  NACADA provides a forum for the discussion, debate, and exchange of ideas pertaining to academic advising through numerous events and publications.  NACADA members include professional advisors/counselors, faculty, administrators, and students whose responsibilities include academic advising.  Visit the NACADA booth for information on our cost-effective professional development events and advising resources.

National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy (Booth #17)
The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy is a non-profit, non-partisan organization. Helping students avoid unplanned pregnancy - which places additional stress on their time, finances and relationships - can help them complete college. The National Campaign offers free resources, including three online lessons, that faculty can use to bring this topic to their campus.

National Society of Collegiate Scholars (Booth #69)

National Survey of Student Engagement (Booth #33)

New York Times (Booth #47)
The New York Times in the First Year is designed to support efforts to develop new students' knowledge, competencies and skills while enhancing engagement outside the classroom. Through news articles, discussion questions, webcasts, among other resources, first year students will expand their understanding of the world around them. To learn more, please stop by our booth or visit nytimesinthefirstyear.com.

NODA (Booth #3)
NODA provides education, leadership and professional development in the fields of college student orientation, transition and retention. NODA was chartered in 1976 and continues the tradition of orientation, retention and transition professionals who have met annually for over 40 years. Today, NODA is an international association comprised of professional administrators, students, faculty and related organizations.

Noel-Levitz (Booth #35)
Noel-Levitz helps colleges and universities reach their enrollment goals for student retention and completion. We offer assessments, analytics, and consulting services to enable campuses to support students in transition and throughout their academic careers. In addition, we produce national benchmark reports and other resources to help campus leaders analyze student success needs and trends. Visit www.noellevitz.com or http://blog.noellevitz.com.

The National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition (Booths #78, 79 & 80)

Open Road Integrated Media (Booth #36)
Open Road Integrated Media is a digital publisher and multimedia content company. Open Road creates connections between authors and their audiences by marketing its ebooks through a new proprietary online platform, which uses premium video content and social media. Open Road has published ebooks from legendary authors including William Styron, Pat Conroy, Alice Walker, and Pearl S. Buck, and has launched new e-stars like Mary Glickman.

Partridge Hill (Booth #74)

Pearson (Booths #58 & 60)
Pearson offers innovative college and career readiness solutions for student success paired with exceptional customer support. Explore personalized print options with Pearson Custom Library and digital choices like MyStudentSuccessLab, MyFoundationsLab, and CourseConnect. Join our Community on-site, and post a teaching tip to share with your peers! http://www.mystudentsuccesscommunity.com

Penguin Book Group (Booth #11 & 12)
Penguin Group (USA) publishes trade fiction and nonfiction books through a wide range of imprints. Please visit http:/us.penguingroup.com for information on our titles, subject catalogs and upcoming academic conventions.

Perseus Book Group (Booth #70)
The Perseus Books Group is committed to enabling independent publishers to reach their potential. Member publishing programs include Avalon Travel, Basic, Da Capo, Running Press, Seal, Vanguard and Westview, as well as partnerships with PublicAffairs, Nation Books, and joint ventures with Weinstein Books and The Daily Beast. Through Consortium, Perseus Distribution and Publishers Group West, PBG is also the leading provider of sales, marketing and distribution services to independent publishers.

Public Identity (Booth #63)

Random House (Booth #40 & 41)
Random House LLC is the world's largest English-language general trade book publisher and includes an array of prestigious imprints that publish some of the foremost writers of our time. Many of our titles have already become mainstays in First Year Experience programs throughout the country.

School Datebooks (Booth #13)
School Datebooks has spent 25 years fine-tuning our process into a simple, worry-free experience designed to make things as easy as possible for you. It's about experience.

Simon & Schuster (Booths #51 & 52)

Student Health 101 (Booth #37)
Student Health 101 is a web-based health and wellness outreach program that uses social media to communicate and deliver ongoing health and wellness messages to students. Used by over 450 campuses nationwide and in Canada, Student Health 101 is a turn-key solution that engages your students in making more positive decisions.

Sourcebooks (Booth #48 & 49)
Sourcebooks is the home of the #1 going-to-college book, The Naked Roommate, which has now become the most affordable and student-friendly FYE program available. From Harlan Cohen, America's most trusted college life expert, this program is highly-engaging and fosters more successful students and higher retention rates.

TOMS Community (Booth #50)

Wiley (Booth #4)
Founded in 1807, Wiley is an independent, global publisher of print and electronic products. Wiley specializes in scientific and technical books, journals, textbooks and education materials, professional books, and subscription services. www.wiley.com

WW Norton (Booth #57)
W. W. Norton & Company has been independent since its founding in 1923, and today stands as the largest and oldest publishing house owned wholly by its employees. From classics, to cutting-edge thinking from leaders in their fields, to contemporary stories, the Norton list offers books to engage, stimulate, and inspire first-year students.