7:00 AM

April 26, 2018 - 7:00 AM to April 28, 2018 - 12:00 PM
The 2018 ACTLA Conference theme is "The First Mission: Student Success". For more information on registration fees, pre-conference sessions and more, visit event website.

5:30 PM

April 27, 2018 - 5:30 PM to April 28, 2018 - 5:45 PM
Register for the Conference:
Early registration for the conference is now available and will ended on April 7.  Registration is $85 for general attendees, $75 for CMC3 members and $10 for full time students. To register, go to the Registration Instructions Page.  After April 7, everyone is still welcome to register on site, but a $30 late fee will apply.

Book your Room  (Still in Progress, but we think the information will work)
To reserve a room at the Beach Retreat & Lodge you can either:

1. Call (800) 972-8558, select option 2 (Group Reservations) and make a reservation for the CMC3 Annual Math Conference, and the Group Code is GCMC3C. 
2. Book on-line at: 

8:30 AM

April 28, 2018 -
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Glendale Community College (10 miles north of downtown Los Angeles) is hosting a Student Engagement and Success Summit (or, SEAS Summit for short) on Saturday, April 28th from 8:30 am-5 pm! Our goal is to increase student engagement in and outside of our classrooms to boost student success and achievement!

This event is suitable for educators of all levels, whether from K-12, two-year, or 4-year institutions. All are welcome and encouraged to attend! We invite YOU and your colleagues across California to consider getting involved in one or all of the following ways: Register for the Summit: it's just $15 for breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and of course, a day full of valuable professional learning via a fantastic keynote speaker, several workshops, and connecting with colleagues from our Southern California region! Fabulous swag will be provided, too! Forward this email to your colleagues at other institutions, to encourage them to register as well! Educators of all levels are invited, as all educators are our partners in increasing student engagement and democratizing education. We hope to see you there!